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Sweethope Lough is a renowned stillwater stocked with rainbow and natural brown trout providing exciting fly-fishing for the discerning angler.

Sweethope Lough is the headwater of the Wansbeck river, which cuts it's scenic way to the North Sea through some of Northumberlands prettiest scenery.

Sweethope is justifiably famous for it's stock of hard fighting rainbow trout offering every angler, from novice to expert, a chance to hook into a true fish of a lifetime at every visit.

There are 20 boats and one accessible boat available. Please check with us if you have any accessibility questions. Sweethope is a popular venue for charity activities and fund raising events hosting a number of fishing clubs and organisations throughout the year. During contest and club days demand for boats is high so to avoid any disappointment it's advisable to contact us first with your requirements.

By popular demand there are usually no set fishing times so you can just turn up and fish during daylight hours.

With access to a number of experienced, friendly and professional coaches fishing at Sweethope caters for all experience and skill levels.

To make your visit to Sweethope even more enjoyable a number of fully refurbished facilties are available which include separate ladies, gents and accessible toilets, showers with changing rooms, and an on-site shop. Catering can be arranged too, from light refreshments, morning and afternoon snacks, up to lunches, and more.

For other water activities – open water swimming, Canoeing, Stand-up Paddle Boarding, Raft Building and Climbing etc., please contact our partner H2O Trails for booking

Just Contact Us for pricing and availability details..

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