River Nidd

Nidderdale Lodge Park, Knaresborough, HG5 0, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

A lightly fished, one and a half mile section dominated by deep, slow glides interspersed with occasional stretches of fast shallow water. Day tickets are available from the usual outlets. Night fishing is allowed by prior arrangement via the Waters Secretary.
Few established pegs so suit’s a roving approach. Occasional brown trout are taken. Plentiful chub, grayling, and good-sized dace; barbel are present but location can be difficult. In 1977 a fine 12lb 11oz specimen was captured. Responds well not only to a running line and maggots but also the fly. This is one of York’s most lightly fished stretches and holds many secrets for the explorer.

Address: Nidderdale Lodge Park, Knaresborough, HG5 0, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.ydaa.org.uk

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