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Reeth and District Angling Club RADAC. Swaledale River, North Yorkshire

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On the river Swale, based in Reeth, Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire.

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RADAC - Amazing river fishing in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Enjoy over ten miles of stunning game fishing on the upper reaches of the beautiful river Swale.  Set in the dramatic and idyllic scenery of Swaledale and within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Reeth and District Angling Club have been organising and coordinating fishing locally for 25 years and has access to 5 separate fishing beats on the river stretching from Muker in the west to Ellerton/Stainton in the east and taking in local places such as Ellerton Abby, Marrick Abbey, Grinton, Healaugh, Low Row, Gunnerside, Satron and Ivelet bridge. Fishing is exclusively for brown trout with fly-fishing being the predominant method, although other catching methods are allowed as directed by the club rules. Any additional information or RADAC mail can be sent to - Mr.H. Adams, Yard Cottage, Satron, Gunnerside, Richmond N. Yorks DL11 6JW

 RADAC Bulletin Board

Bag limit - A maximum of two fish can be taken per day.
Size limit - The minimum length of any taken fish shall be 10 inches (from snout to fork of tail).
For more information please email the Secretary hughadams@radac.org
Picture - 1lb 6oz/16in Brownie caught at Grinton at 1830 on 24th April '12. Very spirited fish indeed. Returned, took 5 minutes to revive and swim away.
Fly - Greenwell Nymph. Bob Forsyth.
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