Whilst the Eden is famous for its salmon and sea trout fishing there is some very good trout and grayling fishing, including a good number of notable specimens being caught throughout the river.
Warwick Hall Estate renowned for its excellent salmon fishing but it also holds good stocks of trout and grayling. Two beautiful and productive stretches of water for the dedicated fly fisherman.
Carlisle Anging Association waters support a healthy population of brown trout and grayling. They do not stock so the majority of these fish will be wild native stock with one pound fish quite common and larger fish regularly caught each season.
Eden Lacy offering approximately 1.8 miles of excellent Brown Trout and winter Grayling fishing. It is one of the most attractive beats on the river comprising 12 named pools with a fishing hut set amongst a wooded and wild flower area opposite the renowned Lacy Caves.
The best wild brown trout fishing can be found in the middle to the upper Eden, with good sized brown trout providing some excellent sport.
The rivers Derwent and Lune mirror the Eden in what they have to offer in the way of trout fishing.
The Lune has some great wild sport in its upper reaches, and well worth the effort for the stunning scenery and the river itself.