HURY RESERVOIR

HURY IS EXCLUSIVELY A FLY FISHERY AND IS THE IDEAL VENUE FOR TRADITIONAL FLY ANGLERS WHO LIKE TO FISH WITH WET AND DRY FLIES AS WELL AS LURES.

Stocked weekly, often with our own grown fish from our Teesdale fish farm, Hury is a must for traditional fly fishing enthusiasts. It has excellent floating line sport as trout rise to take a variety of dries.

Hury is suitable for disabled anglers with a disabled platform near to the dam wall on the north side close to the fishing lodge and toilet.

Best locations to fish include the west end boil, reedy point and north shore. For those who like to wander, the middle reaches of the reservoir provides for some fantastic sport particularly on the south shore and where the water flows in from Selset tunnel on the north shore.

For non-anglers there is a circular walk around Hury and picnic area on the south shore next to the dam wall for you to relax at.


Type of fishing Fly fishing only
Open All year round, dawn until dusk
Directions to Hury Reservoir
Located in the Balder Valley, the lake can be reached from either Romaldkirk or Cotherstone on the B6277 Barnard Castle to Middleton-in-Teesdale Road
Sat Nav DL12 9UP
Tel number 01833 641121

Permits are available from the onsite honesty box or from Grassholme Visitor Centre during opening times.

 

Downloadable content


Hury Reservoir Hury fishing map
Hury Reservoir
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Fishing and visitor guide Hury Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Hury Reservoir Hury fishing map
Hury Reservoir
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Hury Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


 

HURY RESERVOIR

HURY IS EXCLUSIVELY A FLY FISHERY AND IS THE IDEAL VENUE FOR TRADITIONAL FLY ANGLERS WHO LIKE TO FISH WITH WET AND DRY FLIES AS WELL AS LURES.

Stocked weekly, often with our own grown fish from our Teesdale fish farm, Hury is a must for traditional fly fishing enthusiasts. It has excellent floating line sport as trout rise to take a variety of dries.

Hury is suitable for disabled anglers with a disabled platform near to the dam wall on the north side close to the fishing lodge and toilet.

Best locations to fish include the west end boil, reedy point and north shore. For those who like to wander, the middle reaches of the reservoir provides for some fantastic sport particularly on the south shore and where the water flows in from Selset tunnel on the north shore.

For non-anglers there is a circular walk around Hury and picnic area on the south shore next to the dam wall for you to relax at.


Type of fishing Fly fishing only
Open All year round, dawn until dusk
Directions to Hury Reservoir
Located in the Balder Valley, the lake can be reached from either Romaldkirk or Cotherstone on the B6277 Barnard Castle to Middleton-in-Teesdale Road
Sat Nav DL12 9UP
Tel number 01833 641121

Permits are available from the onsite honesty box or from Grassholme Visitor Centre during opening times.

 

Downloadable content


Hury Reservoir Hury fishing map
Hury Reservoir
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Hury Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Downloadable content


Hury Reservoir Hury fishing map
Hury Reservoir
PDF | 0.57mb

 

 

 

 


Fishing and visitor guide Hury Reservoir
Fishing and visitor guide 2018
PDF | 0.57mb