More English Fishing days added

Today more fishing has been added for the North & South of England.

North Tyne: Above Hexham the Tyne divides into the North and South Tynes. Upstream from the A69 Bridge the Waters Meet can be seen at Warden. Fish entering the North Tyne in March will provide sport up to Chollerford with a few early fish being caught above this weir. It is in April when rods can expect salmon above Chollerford through to Wark. Spring fish will be in these pools right up to the Rede confluence below Bellingham.

North Tyne: Chipchase, Riverhill. Enjoy a days fishing on the fly with hut and ghillie available on request. Click here for more information on all the pools available for the angler.

River Itchen:  Lower Itchen Fishery was founded in 1954 and consists of c. 5,300 yds making it the longest continuous stretch of the River Itchen in private ownership. The fishery is set amidst picturesque water meadows and has an abundance of animal, bird and insect life which creates an atmosphere in which to unwind from the stresses of life. For more information please click

If you would like to make a booking for a days fishing or require more information either visit our website or contact our Head Office (Monday to Friday) and speak with one of our customer services team 01573 470612

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