Beat 46: Siblyback

Siblyback

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About Beat 46: Siblyback

This fantastic fly fishery on the edge of Bodmin Moor is regularly stocked with Rainbow Trout averaging between 1 and 2lb with lots of fish in the 3-6lb bracket. SWLT stock a large number of Blue Trout too, and they fight well above their weight. This reservoir contains a large population of wild resident brown Trout.

Fish Species

Brown Trout
Rainbow Trout
Blue Trout

Season Dates

Start Date
20th March
End Date
30th October

Information & restrictions

• QR code is located next to the angling hut. • Catch and release only. • Barbless hooks or pinched down barb. • Landing nets to be used.

Directions & access

From Launceston, Head towards Bodmin on the A30. Once at Bolventor take the turning off the A30 towards Jamaica inn, at the junction turn left, follow the road up towards the Inn. Just before Jamaica inn take a left turn (sign posted for Siblyback). Follow the road along Drains valley, past Golitha Falls. At the next Junction, turn left (following the sign for Siblyback). Follow the road and take the first left (sign posted for Siblyback). Follow this road and you will reach the venue.

Beat map

Lat 50.51041
Long -4.488397
Recent Catches

These are the very latest catch returns for this beat

18th June 2020

No catches

18th June 2020

No catches

24th June 2020

No catches
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