Full of fighting fit, unique coloured trout, these 100% natives have descended from the original upland brownies which lived in the streams before the dams were built. Lightning quick and very hard fighting, these fish are a joy to catch.
Surrounded by the fantastic scenery of the North Pennine grouse moors, there are few more tranquil and relaxing ways to spend a day’s fishing than roaming the banks of these waters, and even fewer places where you can catch truly wild browns. A focused day fishing in the great outdoors is akin to mediation – an activity linked to decreased anxiety and lowered blood pressure.
Pick up your rod today and help your body relax with this excellent sport. Book tickets here.
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|Permit Type||Full Day||Concessions|
|Wild brown trout Day permit||£9||£7|
|Fantastic four season permit||£95||N/A|
Try out our tips to help you catch!
When fishing at Balderhead for wild brown trout there is no best place to fish.
It is always a good idea to keep on the move.
From Barnard Castle follow the B6277 to Romaldkirk and then follow the Balderhead road via Hunderthwaite.
The reservoir is signposted at the entrance to the car park approximately 4.5 miles along this road.
The car park is on the north east side of the reservoir.
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