River Eden: Pendragon

The Pendragon stretch of the Eden is the uppermost stretch of water controlled by Kirkby Stephen and District Angling Association. It stretches from Pendragon Castle down to below Dalefoot. The river here is set amid remote and stunning scenery. It offers fly fishing for wild brown trout. These upper reaches of our fishing are rocky and uneven, with some very interesting water including many small waterfalls and deep pools. The middle section of this stretch is the best but it is fairly inaccessible and difficult to fish. It is definitely not for the faint hearted!. Fish numbers have declined over the years but there is no doubt that some very large specimens still lurk in the various depths and small fish are still in evidence. This part of the river has never been stocked and is rarely fished. Map

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