DERWENT RESERVOIR

DERWENT IS OUR MOST POPULAR FISHERY, WITH ANGLERS LIKING THE COMBINATION OF LOTS OF BANK SPACE AND THE CHANCE TO CATCH SPECIMEN TROUT WEIGHING UP TO 20LBS.

In addition, for coarse anglers who enjoy quality roach fishing, you can fish from the south side of the dam wall only. Derwent is suitable for disabled anglers and visitors.

On site we have an excellent shop stocked with everything you need for a day’s fishing including rods, reels, tackle, accessories, clothing, worms, bait, ice creams and refreshments including hot and cold drinks.

For those not fishing there are several picnicking and play areas, plus spectacular walks along the north and south shores and across the dam.

A wheelchair accessible trail runs from the south end of the dam along to Pow Hill Country Park and from the north shore of the dam wall to Millshield picnic site.

Please note the car parking charges implemented across our Waterside Parks does not apply to anglers, as the cost is included in your fishing permit for the day.

If you are interested in sailing on our reservoir you can contact Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club on 01434 675258 or visit www.drsc.co.uk.

 

Type of fishing Any method - bait and fly fishing
Open Saturday 11 March until Thursday 30 November 2017
Directions to Derwent Reservoir
Located just off the A68 and four miles west of Castleside, turn south at the Manor House pub and follow the road into the valley
Sat Nav DH8 9TT
Tel number 01207 255250

 

 

Downloadable content


Derwent Reservoir Derwent fishing map
Derwent Reservoir
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


Derwent Reservoir Derwent Reservoir walk
Walks and wildlife
PDF | 3.14mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Derwent Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2017
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Derwent Reservoir Derwent fishing map
Derwent Reservoir
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


Derwent Reservoir Derwent Reservoir walk
Walks and wildlife
PDF | 3.14mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Derwent Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2017
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


 

DERWENT RESERVOIR

DERWENT IS OUR MOST POPULAR FISHERY, WITH ANGLERS LIKING THE COMBINATION OF LOTS OF BANK SPACE AND THE CHANCE TO CATCH SPECIMEN TROUT WEIGHING UP TO 20LBS.

In addition, for coarse anglers who enjoy quality roach fishing, you can fish from the south side of the dam wall only. Derwent is suitable for disabled anglers and visitors.

On site we have an excellent shop stocked with everything you need for a day’s fishing including rods, reels, tackle, accessories, clothing, worms, bait, ice creams and refreshments including hot and cold drinks.

For those not fishing there are several picnicking and play areas, plus spectacular walks along the north and south shores and across the dam.

A wheelchair accessible trail runs from the south end of the dam along to Pow Hill Country Park and from the north shore of the dam wall to Millshield picnic site.

Please note the car parking charges implemented across our Waterside Parks does not apply to anglers, as the cost is included in your fishing permit for the day.

If you are interested in sailing on our reservoir you can contact Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club on 01434 675258 or visit www.drsc.co.uk.

 

Type of fishing Any method - bait and fly fishing
Open Saturday 11 March until Thursday 30 November 2017
Directions to Derwent Reservoir
Located just off the A68 and four miles west of Castleside, turn south at the Manor House pub and follow the road into the valley
Sat Nav DH8 9TT
Tel number 01207 255250

 

 

Downloadable content


Derwent Reservoir Derwent fishing map
Derwent Reservoir
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


Derwent Reservoir Derwent Reservoir walk
Walks and wildlife
PDF | 3.14mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Derwent Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2017
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Derwent Reservoir Derwent fishing map
Derwent Reservoir
PDF | 0.71mb

 

 

 

 


Derwent Reservoir Derwent Reservoir walk
Walks and wildlife
PDF | 3.14mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Derwent Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2017
PDF | 0.71mb