Fishing in Cumbria, Ambleside – River Rothay

From above Grasmere joining the Brathay at Clappersgate.

Region – main:
North West
Location – Sub:
North
Street:
Town:
Ambleside
County:
Cumbria
Postcode:
Description:
Location Information:

From above Grasmere joining the Brathay at Clappersgate.

Fishing Details
Fishery Type:
Game
Fishery Stocked:
No
Fly Fishing Only:
No
Type of Water:
River
Size if Stillwater (Hectares):
0
Size if River (Km):
1.61
Type of fish
Fish Species 1:
Brown Trout
Fish Species 2:
Fish Species 3:
Fish Species 4:
Fish Species 5:
Additional Information
Permit Type Available:
Day and Members
Permit Information:
Permit Angling Club:
Windermere, Ambleside and District AA
Permit Contact:
Mr Neil Birkinshaw
Telephone:
01539 535630
Email:
info@lakedistrictfishing.net
Website:
Fishery Records:
Prices:
Disabled Facilities:
No
Boat Hire:
No
Additional Information:

Permits available from Waterhead Marine. E-permits available at website.


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  • User AvatarGav { Carp to 22+ odd pike and ghostie just had restocked } – Apr 18, 5:22 PM
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  • User AvatarAdam { £3 per day or £12 a year some nice fish in there } – Apr 08, 10:14 PM
  • User AvatarTony Murray { Hi I used to fish this pond many years ago (mid 80's) when I lived in Thame. I am now... } – Apr 07, 1:55 PM
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