county durham venues

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timmy

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i am looking at trying some new venues. as i live in bishop auckland, county durham anywhere in this area would be helpful, not sure my petrol costs can keep up with going to woodland, thirsk every week!

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scouse

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hi timmy
here is what i have found for you
1 fieldsons pond
2tunstall reservoir
3wadworth fishery
4wear(river)5 stretches
5witton castle
hope this helps[:D]
all in bishop auckland

dave
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timmy

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cheers scouse, just 1 question, wheres wadworth fishery and do you know of any websites which name ne venues?

t jones
 

scouse

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hi timmy
it will cost you 150
to join
if you want anymore info
let me know

dave
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phil

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blinking hummer, for up here that's a lot of money for a membership.

is newcastle/cramlington too far north for you? We have some great ponds and run a few giood series, for more info, and I hope dave doesn't mind, but have a look at www.wacac.co.uk
 

mookie

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[:D][:D][:D][:D]

Hells fire Tim --- At last a member not far from me...<Darlington>...l go to the Tees alot......but as l have no transport l cant get anywhere more than a couple of miles from here...
If you want to have a mate come with ye on your trips l am willing to share fuel etc....

Happy to wet a line anywhere anytime......

Cheers Tim......

These lads on ere are first class....you will be made welcome on ere....lots of crazy b......rs.......to have a good laugh with..[:D]

MOOK...
 

darloflyman

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hello there people try clicking link on links page to where to fish river Tees from links page on www.communigate.co.uk/ne/flyfishing/
It will list most water in your area both free water and club waters.
It covers a lot of water in the uk.
Ian (new member)
 
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