Thornaby Angling Association Waters


RIVERS

RIVER TEES - CROFT AREA

Croft road bridge downstream to Hurworth approx 3 miles largely double bank Mostly coarse fishing most river species - large variety of swims & methods.


RIVER TEES - INGLEBY BARWICK

Lower river approx 1.5 miles Slow and deep - Pole & feeder for Bream - Roach - Dace - Perch & Pike.


RIVER LEVEN (Jointly owned with Yarm AL)

Double bank 2.5 miles, small river largely overgrown - short rods and travel light, Brown Trout & Sea Trout occasional Chub.


RIVER SWALE - CATTERICK

Catterick Bridge upstream around Brompton 1.5 miles some double bank. Good fly water for Trout & Greyling also general coarse fishing.


RIVER SWALE - GRINTON - REETH

South bank downstream from Low Row to below Reeth at Grinton Bridge 4.5 miles Mostly suited to Fly fishing for Trout there are no coarse fish here excellent Yorkshire Dales fishing and scenery.


RIVER URE - WENSLEYDALE

Kilgram Bridge in Wensleydale 1.5 miles north bank upstream from the bridge. Really good mixed fishery most coarse fish species together with a good head of Trout & Occasional Salmon. Good variety of water suited to most methods including fly.


STILLWATERS

FACEBY PONDS (CLEVELAND HILLS)

Two secluded ponds largest around 2 acres, with a good head of mixed coarse fish, can get badly weeded, usually there is a rake on site for members to use.


GILLING WEST (NEAR RICHMOND)

Two lakes of good size protected by Otter Proof fences both well stocked with good access and car parking.

Mill Lake - Rainbow Trout & coarse fish.

Cowpasture Lake - all coarse fish.



WATERS CONTROLLED BY ASSOCIATION OF TEESIDE & DISTRICT ANGLING CLUBS (ATDAC)

RIVER TEES

PIERCEBRIDGE - 3.25 MILES

OVER DINSDALE - 3.25 MILES

SOCKBURN - 3.25 MILES

These three separate stretches of river cover the middle reaches of the pristine Tees Valley and enjoy mainly good access to some superb mixed fishing catering for all methods and species. Occasional Salmon runs when conditions are right.


WESTGATE LAKE (OPPOSITE TEESIDE AIRPORT)

Good mixed coarse fishery, deep water lots of pegs.


BISHOPTON MILL (BETWEEN STOCKTON & DARLINGTON)

Good mixed coarse fishery, shallower water lots of pegs.


BOTH THESE LAKES BENEFIT FROM OTTER PROOF FENCES

Both of these lakes and some of the river access points require a key for the locked gates. These keys are bought separately.



WATERS CONTROLLED BY THE LOWER TEES ANGLING ASSOCIATION (LTAA)

2 MILES OF RIVER ON THE STOCKTON BANK - BOWSEFIELD LANE TO PRESTON PARK Slow & deep water - Pole & Feeder fishing for - Bream- Roach - Dace - Perch & Pike


IN TOTAL 28 MILES OF PRIME RIVER FISHING ACROSS FOUR RIVERS + FOUR LAKES & 2 PONDS


FULL INFORMATION REGARDING ACCESS POINTS PARKING & MAPS ARE GIVEN IN MEMBERSHIP & RULE BOOKS.