River Tees

george387

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cracking fish Chris as I said elsewhere, (y) I've personally seen some clonking big browns come off the tees in the last few years, but like everything nowadays most of the guys I know tend to keep them off the forums & social media, due to the same bombardment of questions everyone who does post fish get...where, when & how! :rolleyes::rolleyes: these guys have put many hours on the river & the last thing they want is being pestered by guys looking for that class of fish, its all down to leg work & time on the bank..thats what pays dividends, not what club your in or which stretch it came from. Once again Chris well in mate(y)
 

york1e

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Bedale
The only reason I asked is because I have only fished the free stretch and I looking to spread my wings further and challenge my self.
 

cgaines10

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Jan 3, 2014
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Middlesbrough, UK
Anyone fished cow green lately? I usually go every year but didn't make it last year & really fancy a session. There has got to be some big fish in there 🙂
 

cgaines10

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You have caught already caught THE big fish this year
Hahahaha cow green has always intrigued me though. Beautiful place (when the weathers good lol!) & has some stunning trout in there. Something just tells me there’s got to be a few big trout roaming around in there!


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jamesw

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May 19, 2006
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Darlington
I usually go about this time of year, but I value the peace and serenity of the environment. I have been there on a misty, sea-fret sort of day when the only sounds are sheep and the call of curlews, which is a lovely experience. This year, with so many people being off work and children off school - and seeing the mayhem with visitors around Bowlees - I have avoided the place.
 

bbamboo

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The Darlington Brown Trout Angling club are still taking new members and wavering the joining fee for new members until the end of the year. So that's a saving of £20 for senior members.
 

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