Waskerley Reservoir, Consett

Consett, DH8 9DX, Durham, United Kingdom

Waskerley Reservoir is a 350 hectares lake in heather moorlands in the Derwent Valley, over twenty feet deep with coloured water.
Fishing must stop when limit is reached. Fly & worm only. No catch and release is allowed when using worm. Full list of rules are posted in the fishing lodge on site.
Waskerley Reservoir is stocked with Rainbow and Brown trout. Fishery records: 7lb Rainbow, 6lb Brown.

Trout to 7lb

Address: Consett, DH8 9DX, Durham, United Kingdom

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George Armstrong - 25th Aug 2020 at 7:24pm

can you still get day tickets for Waskerley? I was turned away,by someone saying he was a bailiff, as he was locking the gate !


Alan cuskin - 16th Jun 2020 at 5:48pm

How much is it to fish Waskerley and where do you obtain the tickets.thank you

Peter Fretwell - replied on 25th Jul 2020 at 1:53am

The above question and is float fishing wifh a worm allowed. Many thanks.

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