Fontburn Reservoir

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Fontburn Reservoir: Fontburn has a reputation for producing large numbers of quality home reared trout throughout the season and is one of the most popular fisheries in the county. It offers both multe bait and fly fishing and the fish tend to stay near the bank side, although there is also good fishing off the bank wall early in the season.

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Fontburn Fishery, Fishing At Fontburn

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From the south follow signs for Scots Gap from the A696. On entering Scots Gap turn immediately right to Rothbury. After five miles the signed entrance will be seen on the left of a right hand bend. From the north travel down the A696 to Knowsgate Hotel, turn left then left again at a T-junction. Follow the road to a crossroads then turn left again. After three miles the signed entrance will be seen on the left of a right hand bend.

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The season opens on all waters from 14 March 2009 and closes 30 November. Bank fishing times are from 8.00am to 9.00pm or sunset (whichever is sooner) 7 days a week.

Prices (12 Fish):
AdultFamily
£25.00£25.00

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