The Watersmeet beat
In total, just over 2/3 of a mile of fishing on both the North Tyne and the South Tyne and their Junction. Starting on the left bank of the South Tyne, from Warden Road Bridge, through the Old Railway Bridge pool to the Watersmeet and on the right bank of the North Tyne from Low Warden down to the Watersmeet, with 6 named pools including the Junction.
The Thistlerigg beat
On the right bank of the North Tyne, the Thistlerigg Beat stretches just under 1 mile from Walwick boundary pool through Sandy wood, Wall rapids, Folly and Thistle pools down the flats to Nether Warden boundary.
There are 8 named pools and 2 casting platforms, built in the 1920’s as well as 2 access and car parking points
Where individual beats are taken on a day rod basis the Beats will change over at 1.30pm each day. If a pair of beats is taken then two rods can fish together and move freely between the beats throughout the day.
Why you need to fish here
This page relates to the fishing available on the North Tyne Beat.