Chatton Trout Fishery,
Chatton Trout Fishery,
Welcome to Chatton Trout Fishery
Chatton Trout Fishery is owned and run by the Brown family and aims to provide the highest quality trout fly fishing in relaxed, peaceful and friendly surroundings.
Our fishery consists of three lakes; Chatton Lake, Ross Lake, and Dunnydeer Lake, and is situated half a mile from the village of Chatton in picturesque north Northumberland.
We open at 8 a.m. 7 days a week.
All three lakes are stocked twice a week.
We have two aerators on Chatton Lake to ensure ice free fishing over the winter months.
'Chatton Lake' is 4 acres,
'Ross Lake' is approx 3 acres and
'Dunnydeer' is approx 4 acres.
All three lakes are stocked with Tiger, Rainbow, Blue and Brown Trout (all Tiger and Brown Trout must be returned to the lake).
They are all bank fishing lakes with no obstructions for casting.
This is a strictly barbless fishery.
A rod licence is NOT required at Chatton Trout Fishery.
As a big 'thank you' to our anglers we now have 'Loyalty Cards'. After the purchase of six fishing permits the Loyalty Card entitles you to your next visit to the Fishery free of charge.
The tackle shop provides anglers with a selection of all fishing equipment including clothing at very competitive prices. We have a selection of flies, lines, reels and rods etc. We are agents for Greys, Sharpes of Aberdeen, Airflo, the Caledonia Fly Company and many more.
Rods are also available for hire from our shop. Demo rods available - so why not try before you buy!!
Chatton Trout Fishery now stocking Tiger trout
Steven Easton commented on Facebook - "Chatton Fishery has got to be one of the best, if not the best fishery I have had the pleasure of fishing. Great surroundings, great fishing and pleasant company"
Fly Fishing tuition available by prior arrangement.
Please contact us on 01668 215226 for prices and further details.
The lakes benefit from idyllic views overlooking the Cheviot Hills.
News, Competitions and Fishing Reports
What a week of sport... fantastic top of the water and sub surface action this week. Many anglers commenting on the quality and fight of the fish.
Matty Divine from Hadston commented on a 'fantastic day' catching an 8lb tiger trout on a diawl bach. Matty returned 18 fish including a 10lb + rainbow to Ross Lake.
Chatton Ladies Angling Club enjoyed another fun day on Saturday welcoming new member Jen. The day started with an informative talk about fly lines from Head Coach Paul Little AAPGIA. After lunch we raised a glass in memory of former coach Cliff Johnston at the memorial bench and table.
The next Chatton Ladies Angling Club meeting will be on Saturday 24th June.
Rob Frame from West Denton had a great day on the shipmans buzzers. After coaching in the morning, Rob enjoyed great sport in the afternoon netting 17 fish including a 9lb 4oz brown trout from Ross Lake (and dropping at least another 10!). Rob commented 'the fish are very fit and strong.. putting up a great fight'.
Derek Todd from Morpeth caught 16 fish on his visit including this 9lb rainbow using hares ears and olive dries.
Great to welcome the Oddfellows Fishing Club to Chatton Trout Fishery on Sunday - everyone had a great day.
Alan Crowe pictured with a 5lb 4oz rainbow caught from Ross Lake.
Jamie Potts delighted with his catch.
Kenny Mc attracting the birds again!!
The Junior Fly Fishing Taster Day in the half term holidays is on Tuesday 30th May - £20 includes fishing permit, equipment and tuition. Sessions are from 10am to 12 or 1pm to 3pm.
Please ring the fishery (01668 215226) to book a place.
John Williams from Morpeth returned 10 fish using buzzers.
Trevor Wadds from Longframlington caught 11 fish using small dries.
Julian Bales from Wooler caught 14 fish using pheasant tails.
J Reeder from Wallsend landed 17 fish on cdc buzzers and mayflies.
John Tait from Belford caught 15 using olive dries.
Peter Tyser from Berwick-upon-Tweed caught 11 fish on a black hopper.
Richard Lee from Swarland kept 2 fish and returned 8 on a gold ribbed hares ear.
Brothers Steve and Davie Bilborough caught 22 fish between them using pheasant tails and buzzers.
C Gibson from Duns caught 6 fish on his visit returning a 10lb rainbow to Dunnydeer Lake.
R Todd from Brampton caught 18 fish on dries.
David Todd from Gateshead kept 5 fish and returned 11 using cdc's.
Davie Parker from Wallsend returned 18 fish using dries.
We are holding a Fundraiser for both Barnardo's and Cancer Research charities on Saturday 1st July.
£35 includes 6 hour catch and release friendly competition, lunch, BBQ after the competition and competitors are very welcome to carry on fishing the rest of the evening.
Please ring the fishery to book a place 01668 215226.
Fishery closing at 9pm this week including Saturday evenings - stocking twice weekly