Naworth Fishery

Brampton in Cumbria

General Information

Fishery Open Times

British summer time: 7am till 1 hour after sunset

Winter time: 8am till 1 hour after sunset


FLY  and  WORM  ONLY ( NO Ground Bait or any other methods permited )

Rod Licence

You must have a current Environment Agengy Rod Licence before fishing. These are not supplied at the lake but may be obtained from the postoffice in Brampton.


Only earth worms are permitted ( NO GROUND BAIT )

No worm fishing permited after 6pm

All worm anglers must book their permits in advance.


All rainbow trout over 5lbs must be returned

All brown trout must be returned

How to find the Fishery

Naworth Fishery is situated to the East of Brampton just off the A69 between Hexham and Carlisle. The entrance to the fishery is only 100 yards from that of  New Mills Trout Farm. ( ref: picture 1 ) - see our Location Map

Entrance to the fishery The access road looking to the entrance Turning left to the lake
The road down to the car park Parking areas The car park

Just turn in and drive past the gate which has a small sign on it "Naworth Fishery", ( ref: picture 2 ) at the top of the tarmac access road turn left ( ref picture 3 ) and follow the track down through the woodland to the car park and follow the rest of the track on foot to the lake ( approx 100 yards ). Disabled drivers or passengers may be driven right to the lake side to facilate their access.

Disabled Access

disabled access

There is good access to a proportion of the lake for disabled persons to fish, if you require any further information, however, please contact the management. We would recomend that some disabled are accompanied.