Lucker Hall, Northumberland
Lucker will provide an excellent base from which to explore the Northumberland coast.


Fishing is a very popular activity in Northumberland due to wide variety of different fishing conditions and the many species that can be caught here. Anglers will find plenty of places to fish including Otterburn Fly Fishing at Longlea Cottage near Morpeth. There are also plenty of shops stocking fishing equipment dotted around the county. Sea fishing off the coast is possible and many organisations offer fishing trips out into the sea. The region also has many river locations and some still water lakes and large ponds to explore. Salmon is a popular fish to catch in Northumberland on the River Tyne, and the river Tweed holds many Atlantic salmon and is known as one of the best places to catch them in the UK. Trout is also a popular catch and can be found in the many still waters and rivers of Northumberland.


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Caistron Trout Fishery

Rothbury, Northumberland National Park

Caistron Trout Fishery is a 50 acre fly fishing lake which is stocked with superb full finned rainbow trout and wild rainbow trout. There is also fishing available on the River Coquet, plus a small...

Otterburn Fly Fishing

Morpeth, Northumberland National Park

Wether you are a complete novice or experienced fisherman, book a few hours, days or even weeks fly fishing with Gary Proudluck Northumberlands best know fly fisherman and benefit from his extensive...

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