The North Tyne, one of the two sources of the River Tyne, is famous as a Salmon river. Flowing downstream from Kielder dam, its course carries it through beautiful countryside. The Chesters is a famous beat situated below Chollerford Weir and extends down to Walwick Grange. The Passport beat includes both banks from Upper Island to Hodley Banks. With good streams and holding water containing good stocks of specimen dace and the occasional chub, ‘The Chesters’ offers a splendid opportunity to fish a very private beat.
Length of Fishing – 1.2 km
Species present – Dace, occasional Chub
Dates available – 1st November – 15th March
Rules – Maggot and worm only. No litter please.
Close all gates. No dogs, picnics or litter.
Banks included – Both banks
Maximum no. of anglers – 4
Upstream limit – Lone Tree, Upper Island
Downstream limit – Hodley Banks
Where to Park – Upper Hut, Waterside
Other information –
Stick and buoyancy aid recommended
B&B accommodation available (email firstname.lastname@example.org). Food available at The George in Chollerford.
Directions – Take the B6318 west from Chollerford roundabout. Take the first left after 1/4 mile