GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR

GRASSHOLME IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED AS ONE OF THE TOP ANY METHOD FISHERIES IN THE COUNTRY, LYING IN THE PICTURESQUE ROLLING PASTURE LAND OF UPPER TEESDALE.

With four miles of bank space and many inlets and bays it offers a great variety of fishing. Grassholme also enjoys the luxury of its own local fish farm and you can now loose feed and ground bait.

Grassholme is suitable for disabled anglers with a disabled platform close to the visitor centre.

The best locations to fish include the dam wall, witch's hat, white post, the disabled platform and west end. For those who like to wander, the middles reaches of the reservoir offer some fantastic sport to fly and spinning methods.

On site we have an excellent lodge shop stocked with everything you need for a days fishing including rods, reels, tackle, accessories, clothing, worms, bait, ice creams and refreshments including hot and cold drinks.

There is a circular footpath around the lake providing magnificent views across the water and a pleasant picnicking area next to the visitor centre for you to relax.

 

Type of fishing Any method - bait and fly fishing
Open Saturday 10 March until Friday 30 November 2018
Directions to Grassholme Reservoir
Take the B6277 from Barnard Castle towards Mickleton. Turn off at the western end of the village, sign posted Grassholme Reservoir. The trout fishery is roughly a mile up the road on the right.
Sat Nav DL12 0PW
Tel number 01833 641121

Please note the car parking charges implemented across our Waterside Parks does not apply to anglers, as the cost is included in your fishing permit for the day.

 

Downloadable content


Grassholme Reservoir Grassholme fishing map
Grassholme Reservoir
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Fishing and visitors guide Grassholme Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Grassholme Reservoir Grassholme fishing map
Grassholme Reservoir
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitors guide Grassholme Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


GRASSHOLME RESERVOIR

GRASSHOLME IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED AS ONE OF THE TOP ANY METHOD FISHERIES IN THE COUNTRY, LYING IN THE PICTURESQUE ROLLING PASTURE LAND OF UPPER TEESDALE.

With four miles of bank space and many inlets and bays it offers a great variety of fishing. Grassholme also enjoys the luxury of its own local fish farm and you can now loose feed and ground bait.

Grassholme is suitable for disabled anglers with a disabled platform close to the visitor centre.

The best locations to fish include the dam wall, witch's hat, white post, the disabled platform and west end. For those who like to wander, the middles reaches of the reservoir offer some fantastic sport to fly and spinning methods.

On site we have an excellent lodge shop stocked with everything you need for a days fishing including rods, reels, tackle, accessories, clothing, worms, bait, ice creams and refreshments including hot and cold drinks.

There is a circular footpath around the lake providing magnificent views across the water and a pleasant picnicking area next to the visitor centre for you to relax.

 

Type of fishing Any method - bait and fly fishing
Open Saturday 10 March until Friday 30 November 2018
Directions to Grassholme Reservoir
Take the B6277 from Barnard Castle towards Mickleton. Turn off at the western end of the village, sign posted Grassholme Reservoir. The trout fishery is roughly a mile up the road on the right.
Sat Nav DL12 0PW
Tel number 01833 641121

Please note the car parking charges implemented across our Waterside Parks does not apply to anglers, as the cost is included in your fishing permit for the day.

 

Downloadable content


Grassholme Reservoir Grassholme fishing map
Grassholme Reservoir
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitors guide Grassholme Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Grassholme Reservoir Grassholme fishing map
Grassholme Reservoir
PDF | 0.74mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitors guide Grassholme Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.74mb