This very scenic beat on the lower South Tyne includes the flull length of a salmon pool. The beat includes a very fine holding pool with a long streamy section at the neck ideally suited to fly fishing. This then opens up into a big deep pool with the deep side on our bank. The rocky tail end is difficult to wade but the adventurer can enjoy excellent fishing.
Length of Fishing – 0.6 km
Species present – Brown Trout
Dates available – 22nd March—31st July
Rules – Trout fly and light spining tackle only. All fish must be returned.
Banks included – North bank only
Maximum no. of anglers – 2
Upstream limit – 30 metres upstream of a subway (marked by a sign)
Downstream limit – At fence down to the river (marked by a sign)
Where to Park – Parking behind terraced houses, access by foot via subway.
Other information – Beat is managed by NERAC, parts of beat are deep, wading stick recommended.
Directions – Take the Melkridge turning from the A69 two miles east of Haltwhistle. At end of road go straight ahead into parking behind terrace. Access is via the subway behind the terrace to cross the railway.