With 1400m of LHB. The De Lank is a lushous river with a variety of sections. Tumbling moorland pocket water with glides and pools. Being blocked by a barrier just down stream for the last century, the population of trout is unique with fish up to the 2lb mark being taken in the past. The Camel emergency byelaw has imposed a later start to the season to help migratory fish, despite this having little or no bearing on the upper De Lank due to the barrier, it should bring the the opening days some more productive fishing as this beat has always taken a month to get going.
Information & restrictions
River Camel rod fisheries:
-100% Catch and release of any rod caught live or dead salmon from the River Camel before 16 June in any calendar year. Catch and release is allowed with fish returned immediately with least possible injury.
-100% catch and release of any rod caught live or dead salmon from the River Allen all season.
-No fishing for or attempting to rod fish for salmon before 16 June by any means other than artificial fly or artificial lures in any calendar year.
Directions & access
From Launceston take the A30 west. 3.75 miles past Jamaica Inn turn right signed St Breward. Follow the road for a further 2.1 miles (turning straight, left, right at junctions) and then turn righ signed St Breward/Camelford. After about 0.75 miles there is a gateway on your left. Proceed through and park on the hard-core area. Post your tokens in the box and walk across the field and down to the river.
These are the very latest catch returns for this beat
15th June 2020
1 × Brown Trout
16th June 2020
1 × Brown Trout
19th June 2020
5 × Brown Trout
20th June 2020
20 × Brown Trout
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