For more detail - see BOOK DAYS below
1.8 miles single left bank
opposite Cargo below Carlisle.
The Grinsdale Beaumont beat is run by Wallets Rural Property Services and consist of approximately 1.8 miles of varied fishing with 9 named pools on the left bank opposite the Cargo fishing's.
There are two beats which are rotated on odds and evens days, there are four rods per beat which are let on the basis that you buy a named day for the whole season.
Season: January 15th to October 14th
Price: per rod day throughout the 2020 Season - £400
These lower Eden beats have the cream of the early spring fishing and are from two to three miles from the Solway
estuary, the river is here influenced by the tide on anything over eight meters and a tide book is recommended.
There are two beats upper and lower which are rotated on odd and even days, there are four rods per beat which are let on
the basis that you buy a named day for the whole salmon season.
All fish caught have to be returned (EA byelaw)
The summer fishing can be very productive in low water with runs of very large fish early in June entering the river
along with sea trout.
The grilse run starts around late July followed by the autumn run in August and September which can be
The brown trout and grayling fishing is excellent along with very good sea trout fishing in the summer.
The beats are well maintained, there is good access and the majority of wading is easy.
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Grinsdale and Beaumont river report for August 2021.
The upper and lower beats now have many fish residing in most every pool now, salmon are jumping everywhere in frustration of the dry spell and rising water temperatures. It has been an interesting start to the month, low water and hot to thunderstorms and small lifts of water, we could really do with a good three foot flush out. Fishing small with light lines is the only answer in these conditions. The sea trout at night has been good with fish up to four pounds caught and a couple of grilse in the daytime. The trout and grayling fishing has been excellent for a few weeks now with some fine specimens caught and returned.
8th, river level is now sitting at eight inches with slight colour and a small rise, an eighteen pound fish for Peter Robinson followed by an eight, a six and a four pound fish.
9th, a two foot rise of water levels with colour overnight and dropping off during the day.
10th, quite a few fish moving through the beats today with the clearing water.
11th, water level is now at eight inches with colour. Quite a few fish showing on the beat, Peter Robinson had a salmon of sixteen late morning, a fifteen and a five pounds.
12th, a six pound fish for David Airey, water level at six inches with a peat tint.
16th, a five pound fish for Cliff Atkinson today.
20th, water level a zero, brown and sea trout fishing good with plenty of salmon on the beats.
22nd, a ten inch rise of water level with a slight colour, one fish of five pounds for Dave Barratt and a fish of five pounds for Peter Robinson.
26th, water level at summer low, north-east winds, plenty of fish showing and trout and grayling fishing good.
30th, a four pound grilse for Peter Robinson, Cliff Atkinson lost a good fish in the Quarry today, much activity in the evenings.
Grinsdale and Beaumont river report for September 2021.
1st, water level zero inches and clear, a four pound grilse for Sam Britton.
18th, water level around four inches below summer level and gin clear, there has been no change for weeks now with the lack of rainfall. The fish are really keeping their heads down at present with these unprecedented conditions for this time of the year, grayling and trout fishing is beginning to slow.
20th, an eighteen pound fish for Tom Cleasby from the Broad pool today.