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Fly fishing Yorkshire Dales

 

  Fly fishing Yorkshire Dales    

 Fly fishing around malham in the Yorkshire Dales
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River House in Malham is a ideal central location for a fly fishing break in the Yorkshire Dales.  We have a drying room for waders & boots,  packed lunch facilities and a great Yorkshire Breakfast to start your day.

Day ticket fishing is available on many of our rivers, and lakes all in stunning locations from Wild Brown Trout streams to still waters stocked with hard fighting Rainbow Trout there’s something for all fly fishers. Alex your host at River House is a keen angler and can offer advice on locations and conditions in the area.

                          Guided days & Fly Fishing LessonsIMG_2198

If you have always wanted to learn how to fly fish, brush up on the latest techniques or to simply make the most of your time and be guided on the rivers and lakes of the dales,  local Orvis endorsed guide Steve Rhodes has over 45 years experience of fishing in the area. He has access to all the fishing below plus many more stretches of river and lakes! for more information please see below.

www.goflyfishinguk.com.

Here are just a few of the many waters in the area.

                                         Malham Tarn

web41  Just a few miles North of River House is   Malham Tarn a large 153 acre lime rich lake set in breathtaking    countryside which although not easy  offers what is probably the finest Wild Brown Trout lake fishing in  England. Home to some exceptional fish,with rare fly and bird life you won’t forget a day afloat here even  if the landing net remains dry.   Fishing is  allowed from just 4 boats, and is catch and release only. To  book a day telephone the Malham Tarn Field centre on -01729  830331.

 

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    Half a mile to the south of Malham where Aire head springs, Where Gordale beck and Malham beck combine to form the start of the river Aire. The upper Aire offers fantastic fishing for wild fish in a rich and clear limestone stream with some large trout present, it offers a challenge to the river fly fisherman . The fishing a few miles to the south of River House around the villages of Bell Busk and Coniston Cold belong to the Coniston Hotel tel-01756 748080  who also have a large lake with both bank and boat fishing for Rainbow Trout.   More information is available at  www.theconistonhotel.com/fishing.htm.

IMAG0318  River Wharfe

The next dale to the East is Wharfedale  named after the river that flows through it. Probably the most famous of all the dales fishing rivers, with a rich angling history and stunning scenery and day ticket availability throughout it’s length it’s often the first port of call for a visiting angler.  The Appletreewick Barden and Burnsall Angling Club have  6.5  miles of first class varied  water available for the Brown Trout and Grayling angler.     Tickets are available from the Red Lion in Burnsall tel-01756 72020

 

More information is available at

www.abbac.co.uk.

www.redlion.co.uk/fly_fishing.cfm.

www.boltonabbey.comfishing.htm/whattodo/fly_.

www.farsondigitalwatercams.com/live-webcams/north/Wharfe/Burnsall/.

                                         River Ribble

Over into the next dale to the west runs the river Ribble overlooked by the dales highest peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent . This spate river has runs of migratory fish as well as good stocks of Brown Trout and below Settle Grayling.  Day tickets are hard to come by on the Ribble but Steve Rhodes at www.goflyfishinguk.com. can Guide/provide instruction  on these waters.

To check the level of the ribble at settle

settlehydro.hubexpert.com:8080/shcamweir.php.

CHRIS AND STEVE RIVER AIRE goflyfishinguk.comMALHAM TARN

 

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