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Old 19-07-2017, 06:47 AM
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Hi,

Can anyone recommend any "Good" touring sites in and around Yorkshire which are close to river fishing. I know there is one in Hawes, but am not sure what its like and how close it is to the river. Any information much appreciated.

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Old 19-07-2017, 08:31 AM
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Site is next to the river,think you can get permit from site reception,several years since I fished there but tackled up at the van and walked onto the river in 2 minutes! good trout and grayling fishing and miles of it,tight lines !
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Old 19-07-2017, 08:37 AM
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I think you have to be a member of one of the caravan clubs to stay in the Hawes site next to the river. There are a couple of sites elsewhere in hawes but a car drive from the river.
There's a site in Pateley Bridge next to the Nidd - day tickets available
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Old 19-07-2017, 09:25 AM
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Sleningford Mill right on the River Ure, you get to fish free if camping.

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Sleningford Mill right on the River Ure, you get to fish free if camping.

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No you don't - its £15 per day.

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Old 19-07-2017, 04:54 PM
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The caravan club site in Hawes is good and close to the river. The local club has miles of fishing.
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Old 20-07-2017, 09:39 AM
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Thanks for all the info so far, seems Hawes is a good bet providing the site is ok, I know the Ure is a good bet.

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Masons campsite is a nice site. Right on the river and a couple of quid to fish it.

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Old 22-07-2017, 08:31 AM
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Masons campsite is a nice site. Right on the river and a couple of quid to fish it.

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Thanks for this one, seems top notch, and as I belong to the Bradford City Angling Association, "although I live in the south" I now see they own the fishing rights from the camp site upstream for a decent stretch.

So thanks again
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Thereís one (Riverside Meadows) at Ure Bank Ripon. They donít own the fishing but sell cheap day tickets (£5) on the site. The upper RPA beat on the Ure is a five minute walk down the hill from that site and there are several miles more below North Bridge and on to downstream of Hewick Bridge near the race course. The Ure is mixed coarse and trout fishing at that point.

Not trout fishing territory, but for a barbel enthusiast thereís also Old Hall Caravan Park at Boroughbridge. Again, they donít own the fishing rights on the nearby (lower) Ure, but tickets can be obtained from the tackle shop in the centre of the town. However, they do own the rights to one of the best stretches of barbel fishing in the North of England on the Swale at Topcliffe. This now includes what used to be The Angelís stretch at the bottom of the field below the pub and passes are available.

A bit further north, Brompton on Swale Caravan Park, between Richmond and Catterick, advertises fishing on site. Not sure whether thatís their own stretch or part of Richmond & DASís, but tickets for the latter can be bought at various outlets in Richmond and give a good few miles of fishing on the Swale above (trout only) and below (trout and coarse) the Castle Falls in Richmond.

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