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 the North East of England.
Tel: 01668 215226
At the time of writing (September 2013) the day ticket prices are as follows:
|2 hrs||1 fish||release 5||£10|
|4 hrs||2 fish||release 7||£16|
|5 hrs||3 fish||release 9||£19|
|6 hrs||4 fish||release 11||£23|
|8 hrs||5 fish||release 13||£26|
|2 hrs||release 6||£8|
|4 hrs||release 10||£12|
|6 hrs||release 14||£16|
|8 hrs||release 18||£19|
Those over retirement age – £2.00 discount on all of our prices, Monday – Friday.
Parent & Child ticket (13 years and under) – 50% discount on child’s ticket price.
Open from 8:30am until 7:30pm (5:30pm on Sunday) 7 days of the week, all year round
- Tackle shop
- Snack bar (great Bacon Butties!)
- Ample car parking
- Rods for hire
For up to date rules for Chatton Trout Fishery, please visit the Chatton Trout Fishery rules page
for Sat Nav users, the postcode is NE66 5RF
The map below has a pin at the lakes zoom out to see where it’s located in relation to the A1.