WEEKLY FISHING REPORTS

 

 

 

Weekly Fishing Reports -08/07/2018

Trout Fisheries Number of anglers - week Number of trout taken - week Number of trout returned - week Total number of trout caught - week Rod average - week Best trout - week Number of fish re-stocked - week Total number of anglers to date Total number of fish caught to date Largest trout of the season so far Number of tagged fish caught to date Seasonal rod average
NORTHUMBERLAND
Kielder Water 72 176 11 187 2.5 4lb 720 1,399 3,708 5lb 8oz 1 2.6
Fontburn Reservoir 85 130 0 130 1.53 4lb 400 2,109 7,307 6lb 4oz 10 3.47
Whittle Dene Reservoir  0  0  0  0  0 0  0  0  0  0 0  0
DURHAM
Derwent Reservoir 141 185 16 201 1.4 5lb 600 3,462 10,149 10lb-Bobby Scott  11 2.93
TEESDALE
Grassholme Reservoir 142 3343 7 350 2.4 4lb 7oz 450 2,282 7,781 12lb 6oz 6 3.4
Hury Reservoir 38 53 35 88 2.3 3lb 8oz 100 602 2,480 5lb 8oz  0 4.1
CLEVELAND
Scaling Dam Reservoir 62 81 0 81 1.3 2lb 12oz 200 1,188 2,737 5lb 8oz 3 2.3

Weekly Fishing Reports -8/07/2018

NORTHUMBERLAND
TROUT FISHERIES
KIELDER WATER
FONTBURN RESERVOIR
WHITTLE DENE RESERVOIR
Number of anglers - week
72 85 0
Number of trout taken - week
176 130 0
Number of trout returned - week
11 0 0
Total number of trout caught - week 187 130 0
Rod average - week 2.5 1.53 0
Best trout - week 4lb 4lb 0
Number of fish re-stocked this week 720 400 0
Total number of anglers to date 1,399 2,109 0
Total number of fish caught to date 3.708 7,307 0
Number of tagged fish caught to date 5lb 8oz 6lb 4oz 0
Largets trout of the season so far 1 10 0
Seasonal rod average 2.6 3.47 0
DURHAM
TROUT FISHERY DERWENT RESERVOIR
 
Number of anglers - week 141
Number of trout taken - week 185
Number of trout returned - week 16
Total number of trout caught - week 201
Rod average - week 1.4
Best trout - week  5lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 600
Total number of anglers to date 3,462
Total number of fish caught to date 10,149
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb -Bobby Scott
Number of tagged fish caught to date 11
Seasonal rod average 2.93
TEESDALE
TROUT FISHERIES GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR
HURY RESERVOIR

 
Number of anglers - week 142 38
Number of trout taken - week 343 53
Number of trout returned - week 7 35
Total number of trout caught - week 350 88
Rod average - week 2.4 2.3
Best trout - week 4lb 7oz 3lb 8oz
Number of fish re-stocked - week 450 100
Total number of anglers to date 2,282 602
Total number of fish caught to date 7,781 2,480
Largest trout of the season so far 12lb 6oz 5lb 8oz
Number of tagged fish caught to date 6 0
Seasonal rod average 3.4 4.1
CLEVELAND
TROUT FISHERY
SCALING DAM RESERVOIR



Number of anglers - week 62
Number of trout taken - week 81
Number of trout returned - week 0
Total number of trout caught - week 81
Rod average - week 1.3
Best trout - week 2lb 12oz
Number of fish re-stocked - week 200
Total number of anglers to date 1,188
Total number of fish caught to date 2,737
Largest trout of the season so far 5lb 8oz 
Number of tagged fish caught to date 3
Seasonal rod average 2.3

 Read each reservoirs weekly fishing report below.

 

 

Kielder Water:  

Size:  2,700 acres (1,093h), Max Depth 178 feet (55m)  Sat Nav NE48 1BT 

 

Catch of the week: Andrew Milburn landed a 4lb rainbow trout from the mouth of Whickhope Burn on worm and sweet corn. The heaviest catch weight was 18lb 9oz recorded by Jason Lawrence on ledgered worm from the bank at Gordon’s Walls

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: The weather played huge part during the final of the Kielder Pairs Competition held Sunday 8 July with the eventual winners mastering the heat to come out on top. Winners were Richard Wood and Ian Coatsworth with 12 fish. Second place went to Ross Nichols and Kris Harvey and in Third Alan Morton and John Cowell. The winning catch was from the tip of the Belling using blobs fished under the surface.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: Plashetts, Matthew’s Linn, Belling, Hawkhope and Stockie Bay with small lures and larger nymph patterns proving most productive.

 

 

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Little Whickhope, Merlin Brea and Hawkhope Slipway using red and black Mepps and Quill Minnows.

 

 

 

Please note: Fishing boats should be returned to the finger jetty at Kielder Waterside for 8pm.

 

 

 

Special message for the new week: All anglers should note that with the hot and dry conditions continuing through the week there is an extreme fire risk. Do not light fires, dispose of litter carefully, respect all warning and closure signs and call 999 immediately if you see fire or smoke. Please protect your countryside.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office and Boat bookings: 01434 251000

 

Ranger: John Reed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fontburn Reservoir:

Size: 87 acres (35h), Max Depth 80 feet (25m) Sat Nav: NE61 4PL ,Grid Ref: NZ040 935  

 

Catch of the week: Barry Knight took the plaudits with his 4lb cracker, another tiptop Fontburn specimen. Barry had to work hard for his only trout but boy was it worth it - as Barry was all smiles when he weighed in what proved to be the weeks headline grabbing trout.

 

Memorable moment of the week: As the week progressed and the temperatures soared, anglers sought help from the Ranger team. It was fantastic to see so many anglers record some decent returns on the back of following advice to target deeper water, often by moving location and trying alternative tactics. Ryan Hutchinson was one such beneficiary, moving along the Dam Wall and fishing the deepest area on the reservoir eventually going on to record three fine rainbow trout. 

 

Best areas and flies: Challenging conditions prevailed throughout the week, as the extreme heat wave continued. It was the savvy fly angler who targeted deeper cooler water who recorded the most interest. The Dam Wall in proximity to the valve tower proved to be a relative sweet spot. Intermediate lines with sinking tips and lure patterns (Cat’s Whisker and Black Fritz) provided the optimum results.  

 

Best areas and baits/lures: As with the fly anglers bait anglers were up against temperatures as high as 25 degrees and extreme brightness. As such the fish were reluctant to surface or feed within the shallows during the long hot days. As a result it was anglers who targeted deep, cooler thermals, who found they had some joy. The majority of the week’s trout were recorded from bait rods with ledger rigs, short traces and chartreuse Powerbait eggs that specifically targeted bottom feeding shoals.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office: 01669 621368

 

Fontburn Waterside Park & Fisheries team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Derwent Reservoir:

Size:  1,000 acres (405h), Max Depth 100 feet (31m) Sat Nav: DH8 9TT,Grid Ref: NZ029 518 ,Sat Nav: DH8 9TT 

 

Catch of the week: Mr. J Stokoe had an outstanding catch of over 20lb of quality rainbow with biggest fish of 5lb

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Sunday saw limited returns however one particular angler used a much longer cast of over 100m and found fish aplenty taking his limit and picking up bites every cast. The key to success during the hot weather is a long cast into the deeper water where the fish has found suitable water temperatures and conditions.

 

Best areas and flies: Dawson’s Olive and Cat’s Whisker have been the best lure Imitation for fry and have taken more newly stocked fish from deeper locations near the Dam and Henry’s Plantation. Daddies, hoppers and small black flies have also worked well.

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Deeper water has been the most successful with bright, warm days pushing fish deep. The best catches have been recorded using ledger tactics at distance with a swim feeder full of trout pellets or Magic Dust as the attractant and Gulp eggs as hook bait.

 

Newsflash: Cooler showery conditions are forecast next week which should usher in some much better sport. On cool, cloudy days fishing has been good so we should see much better returns with more conditions like this.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office 01207 255250

 

Derwent Ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Grassholme Reservoir:   

Size: 140 acres (57h), Max Depth 120 feet (38m),Grid Ref: NY940 224,Sat Nav: DL12 0PW

 

 

Catch of the week: William Rowe had an excellent catch from Pebble Beach taking seven fish for a combined weight of 17lb 3oz, which included the biggest fish of the week; a cracking 4lb 7oz rainbow. All William’s fish were taken deep whilst ledgering Gulp Alive arctic pink salmon eggs.

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Danny Childs worked hard for his fish on his visit, after walking all the way round without a bite, he decided he would have a last hour on the Dam Wall and ended the day with five to the net all taken on silver/blue Mepps.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: With warm water temperatures in the margins, fish are seeking out cooler, deeper water around the reservoir to feed. The banks around Pebble Beach have fished well with anglers recording good numbers on blob patterns, fished static on fast sinking lines.

 

 

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Seeking out deep water is a must at present, again this week the middle of the Dam Wall up to the tower has fished well, with plenty of limits recorded from this spot. Ledgered tactics with a short trace have been the best method with only a short cast required to get into the deep water. Scented Powerbait are fishing well this week with chartreuse/garlic and cheese pastes both working well.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office; 01833 641121

 

 

 

Thanks from the Teesdale ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

Hury:

Size: 125 acres (50h), Max Depth 90 feet (28m) ,Sat Nav: DL12 9UP ,Grid Ref: NY960 193                                         

 

Catch of the week: Mr. F Reeves caught a beautiful fully finned wild brown trout around the 1lb mark using a Bushy Brown Palmer from the entrance to New House Bay.

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: With very challenging conditions for most of the week, most fish were caught in deeper water. David Patterson bucked the trend returning seven fish all caught using a team of buzzers.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: Fish seemed to have followed the easterly wind of late and good numbers seem to be holding around the top parts of the reservoir. The fresh water feed from New House Bay is also an added attraction for fish seeking cooler water away from the margins. Sinking lines with slow/medium retrieved black lures have produced most fish this week.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office; 01833 641121

 

 

 

Thanks from the Teesdale ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scaling Dam:

Size: 105 acres, Max Depth 30 feet (9m) Sat Nav TS13 4TP ,Grid Ref: NZ746 127                                 

 

Catch of the week: John Micklewright from Middlesbrough worked his way from the middle of the Dam Wall to the east end and was rewarded with seven rainbows caught on ledgered worm and chartreuse Powerbait. Mr. D Coates and Mr. J Tripp both managed five rainbows each on their visits along the east end wall.

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Included in John Micklewright’s seven fish were two nice rainbows just under the 3lb mark.

 

Best areas and flies: Fly anglers battled against the bright sunshine and tropical heat. Although there were several missed bites and a few that got away no fly anglers managed to net this week.

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Deep water has been the place to search with long casts being most successful. Once again the east end from the Dam produced the best catches. Worm, either ledgered or on a float with green or orange Powerbait worked best.

 

Special message for the new week: An extra tagged was introduced last delivery to increase the odds.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office: 01287 644032

 

Ranger: David Bateman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEKLY FISHING REPORTS

 

 

 

Weekly Fishing Reports -08/07/2018

Trout Fisheries Number of anglers - week Number of trout taken - week Number of trout returned - week Total number of trout caught - week Rod average - week Best trout - week Number of fish re-stocked - week Total number of anglers to date Total number of fish caught to date Largest trout of the season so far Number of tagged fish caught to date Seasonal rod average
NORTHUMBERLAND
Kielder Water 72 176 11 187 2.5 4lb 720 1,399 3,708 5lb 8oz 1 2.6
Fontburn Reservoir 85 130 0 130 1.53 4lb 400 2,109 7,307 6lb 4oz 10 3.47
Whittle Dene Reservoir  0  0  0  0  0 0  0  0  0  0 0  0
DURHAM
Derwent Reservoir 141 185 16 201 1.4 5lb 600 3,462 10,149 10lb-Bobby Scott  11 2.93
TEESDALE
Grassholme Reservoir 142 3343 7 350 2.4 4lb 7oz 450 2,282 7,781 12lb 6oz 6 3.4
Hury Reservoir 38 53 35 88 2.3 3lb 8oz 100 602 2,480 5lb 8oz  0 4.1
CLEVELAND
Scaling Dam Reservoir 62 81 0 81 1.3 2lb 12oz 200 1,188 2,737 5lb 8oz 3 2.3

Weekly Fishing Reports -8/07/2018

NORTHUMBERLAND
TROUT FISHERIES
KIELDER WATER
FONTBURN RESERVOIR
WHITTLE DENE RESERVOIR
Number of anglers - week
72 85 0
Number of trout taken - week
176 130 0
Number of trout returned - week
11 0 0
Total number of trout caught - week 187 130 0
Rod average - week 2.5 1.53 0
Best trout - week 4lb 4lb 0
Number of fish re-stocked this week 720 400 0
Total number of anglers to date 1,399 2,109 0
Total number of fish caught to date 3.708 7,307 0
Number of tagged fish caught to date 5lb 8oz 6lb 4oz 0
Largets trout of the season so far 1 10 0
Seasonal rod average 2.6 3.47 0
DURHAM
TROUT FISHERY DERWENT RESERVOIR
 
Number of anglers - week 141
Number of trout taken - week 185
Number of trout returned - week 16
Total number of trout caught - week 201
Rod average - week 1.4
Best trout - week  5lb
Number of fish re-stocked - week 600
Total number of anglers to date 3,462
Total number of fish caught to date 10,149
Largest trout of the season so far 10lb -Bobby Scott
Number of tagged fish caught to date 11
Seasonal rod average 2.93
TEESDALE
TROUT FISHERIES GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR
HURY RESERVOIR

 
Number of anglers - week 142 38
Number of trout taken - week 343 53
Number of trout returned - week 7 35
Total number of trout caught - week 350 88
Rod average - week 2.4 2.3
Best trout - week 4lb 7oz 3lb 8oz
Number of fish re-stocked - week 450 100
Total number of anglers to date 2,282 602
Total number of fish caught to date 7,781 2,480
Largest trout of the season so far 12lb 6oz 5lb 8oz
Number of tagged fish caught to date 6 0
Seasonal rod average 3.4 4.1
CLEVELAND
TROUT FISHERY
SCALING DAM RESERVOIR



Number of anglers - week 62
Number of trout taken - week 81
Number of trout returned - week 0
Total number of trout caught - week 81
Rod average - week 1.3
Best trout - week 2lb 12oz
Number of fish re-stocked - week 200
Total number of anglers to date 1,188
Total number of fish caught to date 2,737
Largest trout of the season so far 5lb 8oz 
Number of tagged fish caught to date 3
Seasonal rod average 2.3

 Read each reservoirs weekly fishing report below.

 

 

Kielder Water:  

Size:  2,700 acres (1,093h), Max Depth 178 feet (55m)  Sat Nav NE48 1BT 

 

Catch of the week: Andrew Milburn landed a 4lb rainbow trout from the mouth of Whickhope Burn on worm and sweet corn. The heaviest catch weight was 18lb 9oz recorded by Jason Lawrence on ledgered worm from the bank at Gordon’s Walls

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: The weather played huge part during the final of the Kielder Pairs Competition held Sunday 8 July with the eventual winners mastering the heat to come out on top. Winners were Richard Wood and Ian Coatsworth with 12 fish. Second place went to Ross Nichols and Kris Harvey and in Third Alan Morton and John Cowell. The winning catch was from the tip of the Belling using blobs fished under the surface.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: Plashetts, Matthew’s Linn, Belling, Hawkhope and Stockie Bay with small lures and larger nymph patterns proving most productive.

 

 

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Little Whickhope, Merlin Brea and Hawkhope Slipway using red and black Mepps and Quill Minnows.

 

 

 

Please note: Fishing boats should be returned to the finger jetty at Kielder Waterside for 8pm.

 

 

 

Special message for the new week: All anglers should note that with the hot and dry conditions continuing through the week there is an extreme fire risk. Do not light fires, dispose of litter carefully, respect all warning and closure signs and call 999 immediately if you see fire or smoke. Please protect your countryside.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office and Boat bookings: 01434 251000

 

Ranger: John Reed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fontburn Reservoir:

Size: 87 acres (35h), Max Depth 80 feet (25m) Sat Nav: NE61 4PL ,Grid Ref: NZ040 935  

 

Catch of the week: Barry Knight took the plaudits with his 4lb cracker, another tiptop Fontburn specimen. Barry had to work hard for his only trout but boy was it worth it - as Barry was all smiles when he weighed in what proved to be the weeks headline grabbing trout.

 

Memorable moment of the week: As the week progressed and the temperatures soared, anglers sought help from the Ranger team. It was fantastic to see so many anglers record some decent returns on the back of following advice to target deeper water, often by moving location and trying alternative tactics. Ryan Hutchinson was one such beneficiary, moving along the Dam Wall and fishing the deepest area on the reservoir eventually going on to record three fine rainbow trout. 

 

Best areas and flies: Challenging conditions prevailed throughout the week, as the extreme heat wave continued. It was the savvy fly angler who targeted deeper cooler water who recorded the most interest. The Dam Wall in proximity to the valve tower proved to be a relative sweet spot. Intermediate lines with sinking tips and lure patterns (Cat’s Whisker and Black Fritz) provided the optimum results.  

 

Best areas and baits/lures: As with the fly anglers bait anglers were up against temperatures as high as 25 degrees and extreme brightness. As such the fish were reluctant to surface or feed within the shallows during the long hot days. As a result it was anglers who targeted deep, cooler thermals, who found they had some joy. The majority of the week’s trout were recorded from bait rods with ledger rigs, short traces and chartreuse Powerbait eggs that specifically targeted bottom feeding shoals.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office: 01669 621368

 

Fontburn Waterside Park & Fisheries team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Derwent Reservoir:

Size:  1,000 acres (405h), Max Depth 100 feet (31m) Sat Nav: DH8 9TT,Grid Ref: NZ029 518 ,Sat Nav: DH8 9TT 

 

Catch of the week: Mr. J Stokoe had an outstanding catch of over 20lb of quality rainbow with biggest fish of 5lb

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Sunday saw limited returns however one particular angler used a much longer cast of over 100m and found fish aplenty taking his limit and picking up bites every cast. The key to success during the hot weather is a long cast into the deeper water where the fish has found suitable water temperatures and conditions.

 

Best areas and flies: Dawson’s Olive and Cat’s Whisker have been the best lure Imitation for fry and have taken more newly stocked fish from deeper locations near the Dam and Henry’s Plantation. Daddies, hoppers and small black flies have also worked well.

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Deeper water has been the most successful with bright, warm days pushing fish deep. The best catches have been recorded using ledger tactics at distance with a swim feeder full of trout pellets or Magic Dust as the attractant and Gulp eggs as hook bait.

 

Newsflash: Cooler showery conditions are forecast next week which should usher in some much better sport. On cool, cloudy days fishing has been good so we should see much better returns with more conditions like this.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office 01207 255250

 

Derwent Ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Grassholme Reservoir:   

Size: 140 acres (57h), Max Depth 120 feet (38m),Grid Ref: NY940 224,Sat Nav: DL12 0PW

 

 

Catch of the week: William Rowe had an excellent catch from Pebble Beach taking seven fish for a combined weight of 17lb 3oz, which included the biggest fish of the week; a cracking 4lb 7oz rainbow. All William’s fish were taken deep whilst ledgering Gulp Alive arctic pink salmon eggs.

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Danny Childs worked hard for his fish on his visit, after walking all the way round without a bite, he decided he would have a last hour on the Dam Wall and ended the day with five to the net all taken on silver/blue Mepps.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: With warm water temperatures in the margins, fish are seeking out cooler, deeper water around the reservoir to feed. The banks around Pebble Beach have fished well with anglers recording good numbers on blob patterns, fished static on fast sinking lines.

 

 

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Seeking out deep water is a must at present, again this week the middle of the Dam Wall up to the tower has fished well, with plenty of limits recorded from this spot. Ledgered tactics with a short trace have been the best method with only a short cast required to get into the deep water. Scented Powerbait are fishing well this week with chartreuse/garlic and cheese pastes both working well.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office; 01833 641121

 

 

 

Thanks from the Teesdale ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

Hury:

Size: 125 acres (50h), Max Depth 90 feet (28m) ,Sat Nav: DL12 9UP ,Grid Ref: NY960 193                                         

 

Catch of the week: Mr. F Reeves caught a beautiful fully finned wild brown trout around the 1lb mark using a Bushy Brown Palmer from the entrance to New House Bay.

 

 

 

Memorable Moment of the week: With very challenging conditions for most of the week, most fish were caught in deeper water. David Patterson bucked the trend returning seven fish all caught using a team of buzzers.

 

 

 

Best areas and flies: Fish seemed to have followed the easterly wind of late and good numbers seem to be holding around the top parts of the reservoir. The fresh water feed from New House Bay is also an added attraction for fish seeking cooler water away from the margins. Sinking lines with slow/medium retrieved black lures have produced most fish this week.

 

 

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

 

 

Ranger office; 01833 641121

 

 

 

Thanks from the Teesdale ranger team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scaling Dam:

Size: 105 acres, Max Depth 30 feet (9m) Sat Nav TS13 4TP ,Grid Ref: NZ746 127                                 

 

Catch of the week: John Micklewright from Middlesbrough worked his way from the middle of the Dam Wall to the east end and was rewarded with seven rainbows caught on ledgered worm and chartreuse Powerbait. Mr. D Coates and Mr. J Tripp both managed five rainbows each on their visits along the east end wall.

 

Memorable Moment of the week: Included in John Micklewright’s seven fish were two nice rainbows just under the 3lb mark.

 

Best areas and flies: Fly anglers battled against the bright sunshine and tropical heat. Although there were several missed bites and a few that got away no fly anglers managed to net this week.

 

Best areas and baits / lures: Deep water has been the place to search with long casts being most successful. Once again the east end from the Dam produced the best catches. Worm, either ledgered or on a float with green or orange Powerbait worked best.

 

Special message for the new week: An extra tagged was introduced last delivery to increase the odds.

 

For more information, images and video visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nwwatersideparksandfishing/

 

Ranger office: 01287 644032

 

Ranger: David Bateman