Purchase of an annual permit (season ticket) is open only to permanent residents of Northumberland, Durham and Tyne and Wear Visitors to Northumbria have the opportunity to fish all or some of the Federation's waters with either a daily, three day or weekly permit.
Visitor permits are not available to residents of Northumberland, Durham or Tyne & Wear.
The following permits are available:
A season's Salmon permit (valid all fish - all waters), This class of licence is required to fish the River Till (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
A season's Trout permit valid for brown trout on Coquet and Tyne.
A season's Coarse permit valid for Coarse fish on River Tyne only.
Visitor 7 days all fish all waters (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Visitor 7 days all fish Coquet only.
Visitor 3 days all fish all waters (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Visitor 3 days all fish Coquet only.
Visitor 1 day all fish all waters (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Visitor 1 day all fish Coquet only.
Visitor 1 day Trout only Coquet only.
Till - advance booking only.
Visitor 7 day all fish Till only (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Visitor 3 day all fish Till only (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Visitor 1 day all fish Till only (Sunday fishing is not allowed on the Till).
Grayling fishing (1st December to 31st January) by advanced booking only
Anglers must have a map of the waters in their possession when fishing to avoid trespass. The boundaries of such waters are marked with white posts or some other feature, if in doubt of rights to fish anglers should seek confirmation to avoid prosecution. Where the Board considers it necessary, changes to the extent or boundaries of Federation waters will published on this website. The Federation has acquired fishing rights on the River Till and Wooler Water. These rights are subject to special rules which are published on this website and it is not possible to fish them without making prior arrangements with the Head Bailiff. Anglers will also need to familiarise themselves with the River Tweed Commission Rules and Regulations, including those relating to grayling. The Northumbrian Anglers Federation has fishing available for permit holders on the rivers Till, Coquet and Tyne. To fish Federation waters anglers need to be in possession of a valid permit and the relevant Environment Agency fishing licence.
There are 2 separate beats on the River Till. One is a 6 rod beat and the other is a 2 rod beat. These must be booked in advance by contacting the Head Bailiff (for season permit holders). Visitors who have applied to fish the Till only do not need to contact the Head Bailiff as the advance booking will be confirmed during the application process, Visitors who buy an all waters permit must book fishing on the Till in advance by contacting the Head Bailiff. Contact details can be found on our Contact page.