Chollerton conditions

FishPal conditions

Bookings made through FishPal's help desk or on line booking system are subject to FishPal's standard conditions. If you haven't already read these, you can see them here

Fishery conditions

Chollerton condtions

EA guidlines on catch and released to be observed

The beat supports the Tyne Angling Code - maximum of 2 salmon per day-coloured hens to be returned.


Fly and spinning
Single/double/treble hooks

Dogs may be permitted by arrangement.

Due consideration must be shown to other anglers.

Fishing Tenants will use the stiles, crossing places, access routes, parking spaces and paths at their own risk and no responsibility will be accepted by owners for any loss, damage, accident or injury which may be sustained and which may be due to use of the above facilities.

If an accident occurs, Tenants are required to inform the owners and an incident form MUST be completed.

Fishermen must record all fish caught (including fish returned) with the owners and within 48 hours of the date of fishing.

It is a statutory requirement to record accurate returns of fish caught and so Tenants are particularly requested to be punctilious in making these returns.

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Tyne conditions

Coarse fishing

It is unlawful to fish for coarse fish from the 15 March to 15 June both dates inclusive on any river or stream.

Game fishing

It is unlawful to fish for migratory trout from the 1 November to 2 April both dates inclusive.

It is unlawful to fish for salmon from the 1 November to 31 January both dates inclusive.

All salmon caught before 16 June must be returned to the water immediately with as little injury as possible.

No person shall sell, offer or expose for sale, barter, or have in possession for sale any salmon or sea trout which has been taken by rod and line.

It is unlawful to fish for non-migratory trout from 1 October to 21 March on any river both dates inclusive.

All anglers aged 12 years or over must be in possession of a valid Environment Agency rod licence before starting to fish.

All fishing belongs to someone; make sure you have permission from the owner before you start to fish.

Further details of Byelaws are available from the Environment Agency - Fisheries Byelaws for the North East.

Contact the Environment Agency for Catch and Release Guidelines - England and Wales.

This publication is for guidance only and is not intended to replace statutory regulations.