COVID- 19 UTFA Fishery is now OPEN to MEMBERS ONLY
As many of you will already know, fishing is now being allowed as an activity from Wednesday 13th May. Therefore the UTFA committee have decided to re-open our fishery for Members only. Day tickets are not availabe at present but we will be updating this page to let you know when guests can buy permits again.
We also require you to follow the Angling Trust guidelines so please make sure you read and adhere to them.
Also, to enable us to monitor who is fishing our water, it is essential that you carry your membership card with you, otherwise you should not fish. Within the distancing guidelines, anyone fishing our water may be asked to produce their card and be requested to cease fishing if they are unable to do so. We will continue to monitor and comply with Government guidance and, if necessary to safeguard members and the public, will restrict access to the fishery if so required.
FISH THE UPPER REACHES OF THE RIVER TEIGN IN THE DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK
Fishing on the Upper Teign - Fallen Tree Pool
Come and fish for brown trout, sea trout and salmon on the upper reaches of the River Teign in the Dartmoor National Park. The Upper Teign Fishing Association offers many miles of fishing on a wonderful variety of river – from the boulder-strewn water around Fingle Bridge and Castle Drogo to Chagford.
The Upper Teign Fishing Association provides fishing both for its members and for visitors who buy a permit for the day. Trout membership is always open. Although there is a limit for full membership, which includes salmon, sea trout and brown trout, it is possible to go straight to full membership providing vacancies have not been filled by trout members. Full details on Membership page.
There is plenty of accommodation in the area, whether hotels, bed-and-breakfast, self-catering cottages or camp sites. And if you want someone to guide you to the hot spots on the river, turn to the links page and click one of the guiding services.
Members and visitors alike can keep up-to-date on recent catches by going to the regularly updated fishing reports page and for information about what is going on check the UTFA news page.
Angling is a potentially a dangerous activity and the upper Teign is by its very nature a hazardous environment for anglers. You should, therefore, take appropriate steps to safeguard yourself and other users. Please read the SAFETY page on this web site before fishing.
Brown trout, sea trout and salmon fishing in beautiful surroundings