to RADAC- Reeth and District Angling Club.
On the river
Swale, based in Reeth, Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National
Park, North Yorkshire.
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Amazing river fishing in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Enjoy over ten miles of stunning game fishing on the
upper reaches of the beautiful river Swale. Set in the
dramatic and idyllic scenery of Swaledale and within the
heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.The Reeth and District
Angling Club have been organising and coordinating
fishing locally for 25 years and has
access to 5 separate fishing beats on the river
stretching from Muker in the west to Ellerton/Stainton
in the east and taking in local places such as Ellerton
Abby, Marrick Abbey, Grinton, Healaugh, Low Row,
Gunnerside, Satron and Ivelet bridge. Fishing is
exclusively for brown trout with fly-fishing being the
predominant method, although other catching methods are
allowed as directed by the club rules. The Gunnerside
and Ellerton estate beats being given over
Bag limit - A maximum of two fish can be taken per day.
- The minimum length of any taken fish shall be 10
inches (from snout to fork of tail).