Fishing on the North and South Tyne
A Special Location…
Stretching 2½ miles from the meetings of the Tyne Watersmeet to Fourstones on the South Tyne and 1½ miles from Tyne Watersmeet to Warden and from Nether Warden to Walwick on the North Tyne, Warden Fishing consists of four miles of fishing on both the North and South Tynes including their junction.
There are four beats of between 1000 and 1700 meters covering the two rivers and each with an average of seven named pools, mostly single bank, but in part double bank.
Personal Meet and Greet
Experience Fishing at Warden
We meet and greet either at the beat or at the Boatside Inn car park, and will be able to show people the beats and explain the pools. In each of the last three years we have been able to help a number of rods to catch their first salmon.
Plan & Beats
The four beats are available, they are Fourstones, Baddox & Boatside, Watersmeet and Thistlerigg.
5 Year Catch Details
View a table of our last five years catch statistics for Salmon and Sea Trout.
Rods & Prices
Our prices start from just £35 per day, with one rod per beat.
Bookings & Enquiries
There are plenty of nearby accommodation options conveniently situated near the beats and to suit all budgets and requirements.
Rods and Prices
|2020 Dates||Price per day|
|February 1st - June 7th||£35|
|June 8th - June 28th||£50|
|June 29th - July 26th||£60|
|July 27th - August 23rd||£65|
|August 24th - October 31st||£80|
- Where weeks are booked, the week commences on Monday.
- Check FishTyne for on line booking availability.
- One rod per beat.
- Beats 1 & 2 will change over at 1.30pm each day.
- Beats 3 & 4 will change over at 1.30pm each day.
- Ghillie is extra. Ghillie contacts can be made available for booking direct.
What People Say
“A Great Find”
“A great day of fishing, we’ll definitely be back next year.“
“A beautiful location and a well organised trip. “
“A Great Day Out”
“Our second time fishing in Warden, and not our last!”
“As Good As It Gets”
“One of my favourites spots in the country.”
Drop Us a Line
Any questions? We’re here to help.