Important please read
Due to recent high water levels, the path on the Mitton beat has further washed away. There is significant damage to the paths through the woods, and there is now a landslip. Ribble Rivers Trust will be working to improve the access, but this will require contractors and funding will have to be found.
- You can now submit your catch returns online, simply click the link in the main menu, or click here. This saves paper, and allows us to collect data in a more efficient way. Remember, we use the catch returns to find our what’s in your rivers, and to track numbers over time, so it’s really important that you remember to submit your catch return.
- The ticketing system has gone online. Paper tokens will NOT be posted, an email will be sent to you once your purchase is complete, and this can be printed and used to fish. Once purchased tokens are valid for 14 days. Tokens are NOT available from Mitton Hall Kennels, they are currently closed and they no longer have any paper tokens.
- It is possible to social distance whilst fishing, and we ask everyone to follow government guidance and act accordingly. We will continue to bailiff the beat, and be checking the token box to make sure that people are complying with the rules. If it becomes apparent that social distancing rules are not being followed the beat will be closed again.