Knitsley Mill Fishing Lakes

Knitsley Mill Fishing Lakes is made up of three lakes, totalling around 7 acres. The middle and bottom lakes are well stocked with Rainbow, Blue and Brown Trout. The bottom lake is fly only, with the other two being any method. Fish are stocked up to 12lb in weight, and with the excellent natural food sources around the lake they’re … Continued

South Linden Fishery

South Linden Fishery has been running since 2002, and the fishing is going from strength to strength. Comprising of two lakes, with the larger being a fly only water, the a bait lake but both stocked with Blue and Rainbow Trout. The fly lake has fish up to 20lbs – so be careful what strength leader you use! Find more … Continued

Trout Day Ticket Still Waters In The North East

It’s that time of year that sees many of us river fly fishers dusting off the sinking lines, grabbing a heavier rod, and taking a trip to our local Stillwater. There are many fabulous trout lakes in the North East of England, I’ve visited a few but aim to get round a lot more this closed season. Trout lakes Though … Continued

West House Trout Lakes

There are four lakes at West House Trout Lakes, the largest being 4 acres, then 2, 1.5 and 1 acre respectively. Casting is pretty much obstacle free, and natural fly life abounds during the summer months West House Trout Lakes are stocked with Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Blue Trout. Find more Trout Lakes in the North East of England. Contact … Continued

Higham Lakes Trout Fishery

Update 27 February, 2014 The website for Higham Lakes is offline at the moment whilst they have a shiny new one crafted. In the mean time, there’s lots of activity going on at the Higham Lakes Facebook page. So either give them a call on the number below, head over to the Facebook page, or be patient until the website … Continued

Sharpley Springs Fly Fishery

Sharpley Springs Fly Fishery spans 7 lakes – 5 are fly only, one is a worm lake for the kids with the last lake being for tuition. It’s stocked with Blue, Brown and Rainbow Trout. Find more Trout Lakes in the North East of England. Contact details   Tel: 0191 5818045 Email: info@sharpleysprings.co.uk Web: sharpleysprings.blogspot.co.uk Prices At the time of writing (September 2013) the … Continued

Witton Castle Lakes

Witton Castle Lakes sits in the grounds of Witton Castle, and provides over 2 miles of bank fishing around a 20 acre lake. The lake holds Rainbow and Brown Trout Find more Trout Lakes in the North East of England. Contact details Tel: 01388 488691 Email: bishopaucklandac@aol.com Web: wittoncastlelakes.com Fishing reports: wittoncastlelakes.com/weekly-reports/ Prices At the time of writing (September 2013) the day ticket prices are … Continued

Caistron Trout Fishery

Caistron Lake, located close to Rothbury Northumberland consists of 3 spring fed lakes totalling 50 acre water. It holds stocks of wild Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Blue Trout. There is also 2 miles of fishing on the River Coquet available offering the chance of Salmon and Sea Trout as well as Brown Trout fishing. Find more Trout Lakes in … Continued

Chatton Trout Fishery

Chatton trout fishery is made up of three lakes; Chatton Lake, Ross Lake, and Dunnydeer Lake, which combine amounts to 11 acres of water. It’s located half a mile from the village of Chatton in picturesque North Northumberland. Chatton is a strictly barbless fishery. Chatton lakes are stocked with Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Blue Trout.   Find more Trout Lakes in … Continued

River Derwent, Lintzford (Garden Centre section)

The garden centre section of the Derwent is one of my favourite spots on the river. Not just because it’s picturesque, has a variety of water conditions to deal with and clear open stretches with wooded sections between, it’s also the nearest part of the Derwent to me. I can be on the river, tackled up and casting my first … Continued

Soon as I’ve time…

If I could only stop going out fishing I’ll post some stuff on here about where I’m going. In the mean time, take a look at the Ramblings or Reports sections of the blog, there’s plenty going on there.