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Sitting in historic Northumberland between Milfield and Doddington, Flodden was dramatically improved with a series of double croys and bank reinforcement, bringing several more streams and deep pools to the beat, now 25 pools in total.
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The Flodden beat runs from Redscar Bridge downstream for 2.5 miles and is let to Syndicate Season Rods. Most years there are some Rods available.
This beat is fished from the left bank. The right bank is all wooded, providing good shade and cover for fish. Access is good with car parks at the top, middle and bottom of the water, all close to the river bank. The middle and bottom car parks are well off the road providing safe parking for night fishing.
The banks are grazed, allowing easy casting and walking. Recently Flodden was dramatically improved with a series of double croys and bank reinforcement, bringing several more streams and deep pools to the beat, now 25 pools in total.
On Flodden the river runs North, fishing taking place from the West bank. West winds prevail but are not such a problem on this beat.
Membership allows a full years fishing (the Till has some good winter Grayling fishing). Members can come and go as they wish (excluding Sundays), only being required to sign a diary after each visit, wear a badge while fishing and use a vehicle display.
The average width of the river is 25 yards. On most occasions a single handed fly rod will cover the water.
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