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. Haughton Castle is one of the premier fishing beats on the North Tyne with over 2 miles of single bank divided in 2 beats. The passport beat is from ‘The Rack’ down to ‘Ferryman’s Cottage’ at Haughton Castle. With good holding water between fast streams, this is a very interesting beat, offering good stocks of wild brown trout. This is an exceptional opportunity to fish a very private, quality beat.
Length of Fishing – 2km
Species present – Dace
Dates available – 1st November – 15th March
Rules – Maggot and worm only, no litter please, No dogs or picnics please, close all gates
Banks included – Right bank
Maximum no. of anglers – 4
Upstream limit – The Rack, end of wood at ford
Downstream limit – Ferryman’s Cottage
Where to Park – Angler’s car park, near The Rack (2) Ferryman’s Cottage (2)
Other information – B&B accommodation available (email:firstname.lastname@example.org)
Directions – Take the Humshaugh exit from the Chollerford roundabout on the B6318. Turn right at the Crown Inn, then left at castle entrance and immediate right past Coldwell Farm.