Fishing Auction for some of the best Tyne Beats

Do you fancy a day’s salmon fishing on some of the best beats on the River Tyne and in doing so help raise money for the Youth Against Crime Awards. The High Sheriff of Northumberland Harriet Benson is holding a Fishing Auction and Raffle with rods generously donated by The Tyne Riparian Owners and Occupiers Association.

Mrs Benson said: “I believe that the fishing community of Northumberland should be valued and celebrated, as it is my opinion that the Tyne Valley hold some of the most beautiful and enjoyable fishing beats in England.”

Each ticket purchased will be placed in the draw* for a days salmon fishing on the River Tyne, for two rods during 2013. The current list includes the following: Snabdough, Hesleyside, Chollerton, Newton, Riverdale, The Green and Lee Hall, The Birks, Leezes Estate, Netherwarden, Haughton, with more beats to be confirmed.

The draw* will take place on Friday, 19th October. Tickets cost £10 each. More details and to purchase tickets please visit the website of The High Sheriff of Northumberland

FishPal are hosting the online auction* providing anglers with the opportunity to bid for fishing on some exclusive Tyne beats. Bids can be submitted via email, text and phone.The auction tracks every bid and will keep anglers up to date 24/7 in the UK and abroad.

The following beats are available for online bids: Bywell, Dilston, Styford, Countess Park, Tyne Waters Meet, Chesters, Crowe Hall, Nunwick, Chipchase, Howden Steading. Anglers

*Please note all of the rods are available for 2013 and the availability, fishing terms, conditions and so on will be at the discretion of the owner.

About FishPal Global Online booking system for fishing

FishPal are a global online information and booking system for all types of fishing. Our site has the latest rod availability, permits can be purchased online or via our customer services team and are issued immediately. New for 2015 Insurance that included Inability To Fish Cover.
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