VISITOR AND GUEST
A visitor is classed as someone who is resident outside a 20
mile radius of Penrith Post Office and only visitors are allowed to
purchase daily or weekly tickets during
the Trout season (15th March - 30th September) - there a no daily or
weekly tickets available for Grayling fishing during the Trout closed
season (1st October - 14th March).
The cost of a visitor ticket is £15.00 per day or £50.00 per week, tickets
are available from:
CHARLES SYKES SPORT SHOP
4 GREAT DOCKRAY
Tel 01768 862418
Grid Reference NY 516 300
Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 09:30 – 17:30
Sat 09:30 – 17:00
POOLEY BRIDGE POST OFFICE &
Tel 017684 86266
Grid Reference NY 470 244
Mon - Sun 08:00 to 17:00
LANGWATHBY POST OFFICE & STORES
Tel 01768 881342
Grid Reference NY 569 336
Mon - Sat 06:30 to 20:30
Sun 07:30 to 19:30
Tel 01931 712187
Grid Reference NY 513 236
Mon – Sun 07:00 to 19:00
For those who are not familiar with the area the following link and
grid references supplied with each outlet may help Wheres
in Penrith area
conditions see Penrith
NOTE : GUIDING OR TUTORING FOR
FINANCIAL GAIN IS NOT ALLOWED ON THE ASSOCIATION WATERS UNLESS PERMITTED
BY WRITTEN AGREEMENT FROM THE COMMITTEE
are allowed up to four guest tickets each year, at a cost of £1 per
Each ticket allows one guest per ticket to be accompanied
by a member onto all waters available to club members - this includes
access to winter grayling
fishing and Salmon and Sea Trout fishing.
tickets can only be purchased when joining the association and when
renewing membership at the beginning
of the season.
Fishing is fly only.
For further details please contact the secretary.
Most of our water is open to visitors, however some is kept for members
only, maps showing the rivers and parking areas are supplied with the
visitor tickets, please check them before fishing.
anglers can check the water levels for the River Eden prior to their
visit by calling the Environment Agencies 'Rivercall' on 09066197733
or go to
SPECIES AND BIOSECURITY PRECAUTIONS
Penrith anglers would ask visiting anglers
to refer to the precautions outlined on our Invasive
Species and Biosecurity page
MUST ACQUIRE AN ENVIRONMENT AGENCY ROD LICENSE BEFORE FISHING.
This can be obtained from any Post Office.
who is unsure about closed seasons and fishery byelaws should go to
where they can get the information they require.