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 fishing rod today and help your body relax with this excellent sport.
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Try our tips to help you catch!
When fishing at Blackton for wild brown trout there is no best place to fish.
It is always a good idea to keep on the move.
Located in the Balder Valley, the reservoir can be reached from either Romaldkirk or Cotherstone on the B6277 Barnard Castle to Middleton-in-Teesdale Road,
Head onto Gill lands lane, past Hury Reservoir to the dam wall.
Find us using sat nav:
DL12 9UP (approx)