Four more salmon beats added to FishPal

Apr 3, 2012 | Where To Fish

The river Tyne is rightly regarded as the best Salmon River in England and Wales. Warden Fishing consists of 4 miles of fishing on both the North and South Tynes including their junction. Owned by the same family for 4 generations, 2012 is the first time that private rods have been made available.

There are 4 beats of between 1000 and 1700 meters covering the 2 rivers and each with an average of 7 named pools, mostly single bank, but in part double bank.

In order to retain the local connection, facility and knowledge, a local Angling Club, with limited membership, also has access to the water; they have fished different beats for several years and are well run with strict codes of conduct, which are the same as those for the Private rods and they have offered to support and even Ghillie, if requested.

Substantial improvements to access, amenities (benches and huts) and to bank management will commence in 2012 and Ghillies will be available either part or full time by separate arrangement.

To read more about these beats please click here

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