Warwick Hall Fishing: Information on Fishing in Cumbria

The River Eden and its tributaries flow through towns and villages, meadows and woodland, remote farmland and unspoilt countryside, offering a variety of fishing with something for everyone. There’s also plenty of still water fishing on the lakes and tarns, some on the fell tops for the adventurous!

Fish swimming at Warwick Hall
Fish swimming at Warwick Hall

The whole area is protected as a Special Area of Conservation under the EC Habitats Directive and this is reflected in the quality of the fishing.

Fishing at Warwick Hall is divided into two beats: Top Beat and Park Beat. Fishing tenants take a beat for the day, then alternate if they are fishing more than one day at a time. Both beats are about a mile long, and share the quality fishing equally. Nick Marriner, the landlord, has changed the configuration of the beats in the past in order to keep a balance between the two. If the river changes structure, as it does every year when the winter floods come down, we'll change them again.

Fisherman Lunch
A well earned lunch

Come with a team of old friends, wives, dogs, and even children, and let us organize a really successful river fishing holiday for everyone. Introducing a grandchild or a godson to the wonderful sport of river fishing is something that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. Delicious meals, picnics on the river and plenty to do for those who don’t fish, mean a holiday that everyone will remember for years to come.

Feel free to call and discuss the possibilities - bearing in mind that this is one of England’s quality beats. Needless to say, you’ll need to book early if you want to pin down the dates you want.

Book your fishing: call 01228 561546