The Llanbradach Angling Club was established in 1984 to provide fishing for the village of Llanbradach and surrounding areas. Over the years the club has obtained fishing rights on the river Rhymney and sought to improve the quality of the river as a whole along with its fishing.
The club controls approximately one and half to two miles of fishing on the Rhymney that is leased long term and in some cases owned.
The boundaries are from the footbridge at Pwll-y-Pant in the north to the little farm in the south. Some of the fishing is double bank and the species available are Salmon, Sea Trout, Brown Trout, Grayling and coarse fish.
Welsh International trials have been held on the waters and the internationals have found the graying fishing of a high quality.