Beat 23: Treburtle


About Beat 23: Treburtle

This is an extensive beat, spread over 3.2 Km of RHB, offering good brown trout and grayling water which will allow several anglers to enjoy a full day of wild fishing together and has been known as a good place to spot an otter. Trout season runs from 15 March to 30 September and Grayling 16 June to 31 October.Please take extra care when wading as there are some deep pools. Previously it has not been easy to access the beat, however, there is now a second access point which makes it a lot easier, please see the map below. The Ottery is a brushy stream in this location but there’s loads of good water and lots of brown trout once you get to know it. Lightly fished in 2017 but still recorded plenty of brownies and a few grayling.

Fish Species

Brown Trout
Sea Trout

Season Dates

Start Date
15th March
End Date
31st October

Information & restrictions

Fly only. All trout under 7” must be returned, no more than 2 trout to be retained per day. Please return all grayling. Sorry, no dogs.

Directions & access

From Launceston take the B3254 north. As you leave the town turn left to Langore and Egloskerry. Follow this road through Egloskerry and 1.4 miles after the national speed limit turn right to Treburtle. Follow the road down and up the other side and park by the white cottage on the right. Walk down the track and either access through corn field by the wood or the end of the track. OR; continue along the road for half a mile, park in the small pull in on the left and walk down across the field opposite. There is a second token box on the inside of the gate that provides access into this field.

Beat map

Lat 50.672829
Long -4.4857049
Recent Catches

These are the very latest catch returns for this beat

5th June 2019

5 × Sea Trout
1 × Grayling

3rd July 2019

25 × Brown Trout
2 × Grayling

4th July 2019

12 × Brown Trout

3rd September 2019

No catches
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