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Click on fisheries for links Wansbeck And Cramlington Angling Club (Coarse) Chatton Trout Fishery Kevin Dawson (qualified fly fishing instructor) Sweethope Lough (trout) Caistron Lake

 
 
Caistron Lake

Caistron Lake
A mature, picturesque 50 acre lake, spring fed with crystal clear water. It is well stocked with rainbow trout, blue trout and also contains a large head of wild brown trout, creating a unique and memorable fishing experience. We welcome all anglers, from novices to experts, and know you’ll enjoy fishing in this well stocked, scenic lake, near Rothbury, Northumberland. Caistron Trout Fishery offers rainbow trout, blue trout or wild brown trout from 2lbs to 15lbs plus.

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Chatton Trout Fishery

Chatton Trout Fishery
A family run enterprise that aims to provide the highest quality trout fly fishing in relaxed and friendly surroundings. The fishery consists of two lakes, Chatton Lake and Ross Lake, situated half a mile from the village of Chatton in picturesque North Northumberland. 'Chatton Lake' is 4 acres and 'Ross Lake' is approx 3 acres, both lakes are stocked with Rainbow, Blue and Brown Trout. They are both all bank fishing lakes with no obstructions for casting. The lakes benefit from idyllic views overlooking the Cheviot Hills.

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Otterburn Fly Fishing

Otterburn Fly Fishing
Fly Fishing instruction in the heart of Northumberland and the Borders. Regardless of your fishing experience or skills you are sure to benefit from Gary Proudlock's expert advice and instruction on some of the most outstanding fishing locations in the country.Get out into the countryside and enjoy being at one with nature. Otterburn Fly Fishing can cater for the complete novice who would not know a 'Turle' from a 'Half Blood' or a 'Nymph' from a 'Buzzer' right up to the experienced fly fisher who needs to improve his or her skills and learn new techniques.

 
Not Just a Fisherman's

Not Just a Fisherman's
Outstanding guide for stillwater fisheries in Northumberland written by Darren Howie. Lots of information, tips and tricks.

 
Northumbrian Fly Fishing

Northumbrian Fly Fishing
Kevin Dawson is a qualified instructor Certificate number L2CCA05-790492 in Game Angling. He is an experienced fly fisherman who has spent many years refining his skills on the River Coquet where he has instructed many people in a wide range of fly fishing skills. He is blessed with a jovial personality which makes your experience enjoyable as well as relaxing.

 
Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park
Salmon, sea trout, brown trout and coarse fishing in the National Park

 
Northumbrian Wate

Northumbrian Water
Offers game and coarse fishing. Trout waters include "Hury" their exclusive fly only water in Teesdale. It is stocked with prime rainbow trout. Mixed bait fishing is available at Derwent, Fontburn, Grassholme, Cow Green, Kielder Water & Forest Park at Scaling Dam Fishing Balderhead. Whittle Dene consists of seven small lakes, four of which, the Lower, Northern, Southern and Western are used for coarse fishing.

 
Sweethope Lough

Sweethope Lough
A renowned stillwater located between the villages of Knowesgate, Kirkwhelpington and Redesdale in the Northumberland hills and is famous for it's stock of large, hard fighting rainbow trout of up to 15lbs + Offering every angler, from novice to expert, a chance to hook into a true fish of a lifetime at every visit. Sweethope Lough is the headwater of the Wansbeck river, which cuts it's scenic way to the North Sea through some of Northumberlands prettiest scenery.

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Wansbeck And Cramlington Angling Club Northumberland

Wansbeck And Cramlington Angling Club
Four great waters: Brenkley, Milkhope, Horton Grange and the Queen Elizabeth II Lake (the "QEII"). The Club runs several friendly but keenly contested match series andregular trips to waters further afield. The Club actively supports beginning and junior anglers and is totally committed to doing everything to encourage disabled people into the sport.

 
   

 

 
 
 

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