Fishing lakes in Northumberland
Felton Fence Farm
Felton Fence is a mixed coarse and specimen complex located in Northumberland's scenic countryside near the villages of Longframlington and Swarland, a short distance from the popular towns or Morpeth and Alnwick. Felton has recently benefited from major development, including recent restocking which has further increased the average match weights and gives great opportunity for the pleasure angler to catch all year round. The Fence Lake, at around one acre in size offer...
Felton Fence Farm, Morpeth, NE65 9HY, Northumberland, United Kingdom
The Club has access to approximately 5.5 miles of water on the River North Tyne. This extends from Low Carriteth (upstream of Bellingham, Northumberland) to the tail of the Eals beat (downstream of the village). With several named pools (e.g. Charlton, Hesleyside, Ridings), this is the Club's longest and most productive stretch of water. Felling members have landed salmon up to 28lb. (Club Record - 2004) and sea trout to 12lb. on these beats. There is also a signific...
Bellingham, NE48 2, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Members have access to 3 miles of this tributary of the North Tyne. The Club's waters are situated either side of the A68 bridge at West Woodburn in Northumberland. This beautiful stretch offers challenging but rewarding fishing. The beat is varied with numerous named pools (including the Ingram, Bridge and Tarzan pools), tumbling rapids and glides. There is a good head of brown trout - some as large as 3.5 pounds. Excellent runs of salmon and sea trout can b...
West Woodburn, NE48 2, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Felling members are able to fish this productive 1.5 mile stretch, located on the Fenton Estate, near Milfield in Northumberland. The River Till, a Tweed tributary, provides an extended season (i.e. until the end of November). It has an excellent autumn run of salmon and regularly produces double figure sea trout. There is a sizeable head of grayling. April 2010 - Agreement reached witth Ford and Etal Estates Department has added the Ford Beat to water available to Membe...
Fenton, Northumberland, United Kingdom
The Club has 2.5 miles of water on the River Wear, between Durham City and Franklin Prison. Although less popular than other venues, this stretch of the Wear offers first class angling for sea trout and also provides salmon, trout and grayling fishing of a high standard. The Club now (2007) has fishing lower down the river known as Moorhouse Woods by the National Trust but shown on O.S maps as Rainton Park Wood.The 2010 Season saw the addition of water at Low...
Freemans Place, Durham, DH1 1, United Kingdom
Allen Valley Angling and Conservation
Allen Valley Angling & Conservation (AVAC) was established in July, 2011 by local environmentalist and fishing enthusiast Paul Frear. Allen Valley Angling & Conservation is based in Allendale, Northumberland in North East England. Discovering that his local river - the River East Allen - was a considerable undeveloped fishing resource, Paul set up Allen Valley Angling & Conservation to facilitate the sustainable development of this resource. The organisation ...
2 Brideshill Cottages, Thornley Gate, Allendale, NE47 9, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Four great size lakes set in a forest, one of the lakes is a specimen lake though all lakes contain great size carp, chub, bream and perch the water is always coloured and is an absolute angler’s paradise.
Bumpmill Lane, Shirland, DE55 6, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Langley Dam has grown to become one of the most popular fly fishing venues in the north east of England. Langley Dam is 8 miles west of Hexham, just off the A69 on the B6305. The 14 acre fishery offers variety from the boat or bank fishing, particularly if you take set of waders with you. The peaty water runs from the Northumbrian moorland and reaches a maximum depth of 10 feet. Small traditional fishing fly patterns and lures tend to do well. Rainbow Trout and Blue Trou...
Langley on Tyne, Hexham, NE47 5LD, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Brenkley is an attractive pond of around 2 acres and whatever the time of year you just never know what you are going to catch, a few small roach and perch then a solid fish. Carp usually. A few small roach and gudgeon then a bream or tench. There is are features to fish to, and loads of bankside cover in the summer months, which means that on alot of the pegs fish can be caught right under the rod tip, so fishing the margins, very close, in the summer months will result in some interesting catc...
Seaton Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 6, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Dissington pond near Ponteland is an old brick pond, which has been landscaped, developed and stocked by the club over the years, making it into a fine fishery.Dissington offers a wide selection of species including tench over 5lbs, roach, rudd, perch, bream, ide, crucian carp and both mirror and common carp which have packed on weight over the last couple of years .The pond is fully pegged, and anglers should only fish from the pegs. Parts of the water are v...
Limestone Lane, Ponteland, NE20 0DD, Northumberland, United Kingdom
Fontburn Reservoir is one of the smaller waters and consequently has a reputation as being a friendly, family orientated fishery. It is located within easy reach of Tyneside and offers top class fishing for fly and bait anglers alike. Many of Fontburn’s trout are stocked from an on site fish farm. Fontburn is suitable for disabled anglers. On site there is an excellent lodge shop stocked with everything you need for a days fishing including rods, reels, tackle, acces...
Fontburn Reservoir, Morpeth, NE61 4PL, Northunberland, United Kingdom
Derwent located five miles west of Consett once again kept up its reputation for being one of the most attended game fisheries in the country, attracting over 10,000 angler visits last year. The Derwent, with its easy access and gently sloping banks, is ideal for all the family to enjoy a great day out and a spot of fishing. The reservoir is conveniently split into two, there is around six miles of bank, of which three miles along the south shore is available for both mu...
Consett, Consett, DH8, Durham, United Kingdom
The smaller lake (Little Big Waters), is in close proximity to the large lake and contains the same species as Big Waters. It is noted for its shoals of good quality rudd.
Brunswick Village, Seaton Burn, NE13 7, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Coarse angling club in South East Northumberland.Affilated to the Tyne Anglers AllianceWaters include:Brenkley is an attractive pond of around 2 acres and whatever the time of year you just never know what you are going to catch, a few small roach and perch then a solid fish. Carp usually. A few small roach and gudgeon then a bream or tench. There are Carp to over double figures, roach, rudd, orfe, perch, bream, gudgeon, tench and crucians.Horton Grange is a verdant, tre...
Weetslade Road, Dudley, NE23 7HY, North Tyneside, United Kingdom
Sweethope fly & pike fishing
Sweethope Lough has 2 lakes on the complex with it predominantly attracting fly fisherman for trout. Pike fishing is allowed from November until March, boats are also available. The complex is located between the villages of Knowesgate, Kirkwhelpington and Redesdale in the Northumberland hills. Sweethope is justifiably famous for its 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...
Sweethope Loughs Lough House Northumberland NE19 2PN