Fly Fishing for Rainbow Trout at Jubilee Lakes in County Durham
Quality Stillwater Trout Fishing at one of Northern Englands finest day ticket waters
Just a reminder of our winter opening hours. Our Anglers' Lodge Tackle Shop & Jubilee Lakes Fishery are now open Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9a.m - 4p.m and Sunday 9a.m - 2p.m. Online orders are still dispatched on the days the shop is closed
Fly Fishing at Jubilee Lakes:
Whether you are fly fishing for trout as a novice or an experienced trout angler this is the stillwater fly fishery for you. A day ticket water, Jubilee Lakes consists of two beautifully maintained spring fed lakes amply stocked with fighting fit triploid rainbow trout. Excellent sport, perfect peace. You will enjoy fly fishing for trout here at our lakes.
Jubilee Lakes Stillwater Fly Fishery offers facilities such a heated anglers cabin and toilet and secure lakeside parking. Well kept banks and paths make trout fishing here a pleasure and ideal for anglers with limited mobility. Our aim has always been to provide first rate trout fishing, complimented by first rate facilities. Notably Jubilee Lakes is home to the renowned Anglers Lodge Tackle Shop; stocking everything for the trout & the salmon angler from Hardy Fly Rods to Fulling Mill Flies.
"Good value for money, quality of trout and one of the best tackle shops I know, make a detour off the A1 and visit Jubilee." "It is the quality of angler attracted to Jubilee which perhaps separates it from other small stillwaters."
Charles Jardine, Fly Fishing & Fly TyingSituated in County Durham only a short distance from the local towns of Darlington, Newton Aycliffe, Bishop Auckland & Spennymoor. Just over the border from North Yorkshire we are in easy reach of the tourist destinations of Teesdale and Weardale as well as the conurbations of Wear Valley and Teesside. Only 5 minutes from the A1 (M) motorway, 1 minute from the A68.
Jubilee Lakes Stillwater Fly Fishery is trout fishing at its very best. For a peaceful days fly fishing in tranquil surroundings on well stocked, well maintained trout lakes you must visit us here at Jubilee Lakes.
Distances. An approximate guide. ( ) = distance to us in miles.
Shildon (4), Locomotion National Railway Museum (4), Newton Aycliffe (5), Bishop Auckland (6), Auckland Castle (8), Darlington (7), Spennymoor (10), Raby Castle (12), Staindrop (12), Crook (13), Ferryhill (13), Stockton-on-Tees (15), Teesside (15), Barnard Castle (18), Bowes Museum (19), Middlesbrough (19), Durham Castle (19), Durham Cathedral (19), City of Durham (20), Catterick (21), Hartlepool (23), Chester-le-Street (24), Northallerton (24), Thornaby (24), Billingham (25), Beamish Museum (27), Yarm (26), Sunderland (28), Washington (28), Peterlee (33), Newcastle upon Tyne (33), Gateshead (38), Redcar (38), Ripon (38), Hexham (42), North Shields (45), South Shields (47), Bedlington (47), Whitby (49), Cramilngton (50), Harrogate (50), Blyth (56), Ashington (57), York (59), Penrith (63), Alnwick (67), Scarborough (67), Leeds (67), Kendal (72), Bradford (74), Wakefield (75), Carlisle (81), Bridlington (83), Doncaster (84), Barnsley (87), Market Weighton (87), Lancaster (88), Huddersfield (91), Beverley (95), Workington (99), Maryport (100), Sheffield (104), Whitehaven (104), Hull (112), Dumfries (114), Manchester (114), Dumfries (114), Blackpool (118), Castle Douglas (138), Edinburgh (155), Glasgow (177), Birmingham (177), Aberystwyth (247), London (250), Belfast (250), Dublin (256), Aberdeen (264), Swansea (321).