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Hury an exclusive fly only water, is the ideal venue for traditional fly anglers who enjoy fishing with wet and dry flies, as well as lures. The picturesque fishery enjoys a pastoral setting including attractive paths along the north shore, where fingers of broad leaved woodland extend down the gills of the waters edge. Well stocked with fish reared from our own Teesdale fish farm, Hury is a must for the traditional fly fishing enthusiast and is suitable for disabled anglers.
Family and couples permit is £39 (T&Cs apply)
Full permit is £25
Concession permit is £23
Credit Cruncher is £19
Catch and release sporting permit is £17
Children under the age of 17 fish free with a family permit and up to two children fish free when a parent/guardian buys a day trout permit.
Hury, like its neighbouring four lakes in the Balder and Lune dales, enjoys a pastoral setting. It is situated in Baldersdale, north west of Barnard Castle and west of Romaldkirk. It is the oldest of the five reservoirs in the Tees Valley and it is a haven for wildlife. The shallow,reedy bank‚area on the north shore fishes consistently well all season as does the south shore from the dam westwards during the early part of the season. Having previously been a coarse fishery, Hury holds a good head of roach and their fry is irresistible to trout. Fishing is only from the bank. There is no boat fishing.
Mon-Fri 9-5pm 0345 155 0236
Other times: 01833 641121
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