The three coarse fishing lakes at Whittle Dene are exceptionally well maintained and set in beautiful rolling Northumbrian countryside.
If you don’t want to walk far, the roadside banks on the Northern and Lower lakes are easily accessible, while for the more adventurous minded the grassy banks are easy to traverse with a trolley if you want to explore further afield.
Sometimes it can pay to fish the far banks of the top two lakes, which often provide bigger fish. If you prefer solitude the 10-15 minute walk to the Great Southern lake is worth the effort too, providing stunning scenery and the potential for some of the best roach fishing you will ever enjoy! Whittle Dene is continuing to grow in popularity – don’t miss out.
|Type of fishing
||All year round
|Directions to Whittle Dene coarse fishery in Northumberland
||Easy to reach from Tyneside, the lakes are located right on the old military road (B6318) near Harlow Hill