Description 1000 meters of the the north bank of the South Tyne. Trout fly and light spinning tackle. Brown trout and occasional migratory fish. All fish to be returned.

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The South Tyne is a natural spate river, flowing through an area of outstanding natural beauty. This is a wonderful opportunity to fish for wild brown trout in a beautiful part of the North Pennines.

Length of Fishing – 1 km

Species present – Brown Trout and occasional migratory fish

Dates available –  22nd March—15th August

Rules – Trout fly and light spinning tackle. Catch and release only. No dogs or picnics.

Banks included – Left bank

Maximum no. of anglers – 2

Upstream limit – Boundary marker

Downstream limit – Boundary marker

Where to Park – Car Park and access via top gate, see signs for access at fence. Car parking on the main road, do not block the access road. Postcode: NE49 0NF

Other information – Take care. Observe danger notices: do not fish from steep rocks.

Directions – Take the Melkridge turning from the A69 two miles east of Haltwhistle. At end of road turn right down the 68 for 700 metres un3l you reach access signs at top gate.

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