As well as an Angling Passport ticket, you also need an Environment Agency rod licence to be able to fish our beats. You can buy one from the Post Office in person or online at: www.postoffice.co.uk/rod-fishing-licence
Our Angling Passport tickets can also be used on other catchments around the UK where rivers trusts are operating the scheme;
Eden Rivers Trust: www.edenriverstrust.org.uk/fishing
Trent Rivers Trust: www.peakanglingpassport.co.uk/
Severn Rivers Trust: www.severnfisheries.com/
Westcountry Rivers Trust: www.westcountryangling.com/
The featured gauge map is currently displaying the river levels on the Mitton Beat- to view the river levels at other location please click here.
Masters Level AAPGAI in both Trout and Salmon disciplines. Bailiff for the Passport Scheme.
07875 174294 or Jamesfearn@tiscali.co.uk
Advanced AAPGAI instructor
07780 992970 or email@example.com
APGAI & L2CCA Qualified, England International & Endorsed by Hardy Greys Academy.
Phone: 07761 762660
While you’re visiting… check out what else there is to do in and around the catchment;
An unassuming but attractive coaching Inn nestling within the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of the Ribble Valley. On one side of the building flows the River Ribble, on the other are the remains of the C12th Cistercian Sawley Abbey, and from a distance the magnificent and brooding Pendle Hill casts its shadow.
Open all day serving food and hand pulled ales, the Spread Eagle is truly at the heart of its community. The dining room has delightful views and serves delicious award winning food and, with one of the loveliest function rooms in the area and seven luxury bedrooms, the Spread Eagle is a jewel in the crown of the Ribble Valley!
Address: The Spread Eagle Inn, Sawley, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 4NH.
Telephone: 01200 441202
The Angling Passport scheme has been set up and supported by;