Bigland Trout Fishery
Latitude: 54.24306 | Longitude: -2.976934
Views: 1847 | Photos: 0 | Tips: 0 | Comments: 0 | Reviews: 0
Cumbria LA12 8PB
Nestled in the south Lakeland fell land surrounded by deciduous woodland and heather beds make this fishery amongst one of the most scenic of fisheries.
With varied underwater topography and huge fly hatches this water can be seen crawling with emerging buzzer in April, thick with olives in May, June and September, Damsel fly May through to September, Black Gnat, Beetle and hordes of other terrestrials can be expected at anytime through out the warmer months and prolific sedge hatches on warm summer evenings. The very configuration of the water means that quiet corners can usually be found even on windy days. Walkways give access to two of the Islands and an outcrop known as "the spit".
- Trout Fishing Office
- Fishery Lodge