Any resident of the glamping cabins can take advantage of our daily rates for fishing – this is £30 for a 5 fish bag, with no restriction on time. You can stay on the water dawn, til dusk.
If you don’t want to fish all day then residents can enjoy members prices (or a 10% discount if you are already a member).
Boats are not discounted (as they are already very cheap and in high demand!!).
If children would like to have a go at catching perch (they aren’t really edible, but they are easy to catch) then for £5 they can have a fishing experience please contact us to arrange this. Please ensure children are accompanied by an adult at all times when around the lake.
We can provide some basic tuition to get you going and we have fly rods you can hire (£5). But if you would like to have some more formal tuition while you are enjoying your stay at Langley, it is advisable to arrange this in advance. Some local fishing tutors are listed below – it is best to contact them directly to arrange lessons.
Walking around the Lake
We obviously would like all our visitors to thoroughly enjoy and relax while staying at Langley. Many of you will also be wanting to enjoy the fantastic walking we have available. However, we would ask that you do not walk around the lake unless you are going to fish on it. There are numerous hazards, most notably back-casting, around the fishing lake when there are fishermen on the water. We have a huge selection of other walks through the woods, and down the old Hexham to Allendale railway that you can enjoy without putting yourself at risk, or disturbing the fishermen. Maps are provided (pre and hopefully post-covid!) in your cabins to help you find your way to these beautiful walking areas.
We do allow dogs to stay in our glamping accommodation, however they are not allowed around (or in) the lake. Fishermen don’t appreciate their fish being chased away by swimming canines! Again, we would encourage you to take your dog down to the woodland walks, where they will have a fantastic time rummaging in the undergrowth.
If you require more information about fishing at Langley please visit www.LangleyDam.co.uk or find us on facebook.