Entertaining the kids this Easter

The Easter holidays are here and you are looking forward to a few days off. If you’ve got kids, the holidays mean one thing, how am I going to entertain them for two weeks solid? We’ve got some family fishing ideas for you…

Treat yourself and the kids to a day on the river or stillwater whether its fishing for trout or salmon there is something for everyone in Scotland. There are fabulous fishing destinations to choose from which can cater for all the family including non angling members of the party.

Scotland offers a wealth of outdoor adventure and activity options for anyone visiting Scotland. Check the Visit Scotland website for all activities including fishing. FishPal provide the information and online booking service for Visit Scotland  fishing service.

Northumbrian Waters premier fisheries offer Free junior fishing (18 and under) upon purchase of a adult ticket.  Kielder Water complex offers fishing and something for the family, including Leaplish Waterside Park with a indoor pool, childrens play areas, ferry rides, mini golf etc.

Fontburn fishery has a reputation of being a friendly, family orientated fishery, within easy reach of Tyneside offering excellent fishing for fly and bait anglers. For more details of all Northumbrian Waters fisheries please visit the following website.

If you are interested in having a go at fly fishing Axwell Park and Derwent Valley Angling Association are hosting on Sunday 15th April a free try it day on the river. The angling association has access to approx. 4.5 miles brown trout fishing on the Lower River Derwent priced at £8.00.

Let us know if you have any great kids fishing ideas this Easter.

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