Fishing at Braithwaite Fold
Beautifully positioned on the shores of Lake Windermere in the heart of the Lake District. The campsite is a perfect base for enjoying energetic water sports, hikes and rambles or tranquil steamer cruises and sedate steam train rides.
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Braithwaite Fold Fishing Fact File
||No, fishing available on the Lake Windermere adjacent to the site
||Yes, a rod licence from the Environment Agency available at the Post Office or at local the Information Centres
|Type of fishing
||Coarse and game
|Type of fish
||arctic charr (unique to Windermere), brown trout, pike, perch, roach and eels. Salmon and sea trout pass through the lake to spawn
|Is the water well stocked?
||saltwater dead baits – herring, smelt, mackerel or sardines. No live bait
|Number of swims/pegs
|Cost per day
|Keep or release
|Exclusive to campers
||no live bait and local restrictions may apply
|Nearest tackle shop
||Carlson’s Fishing Tackle
||Bank anglers are advised to use the quieter western shore between the Ferry and Wray Castle. Boat anglers can launch at Fell Foot, Ferry Nab or Waterhead
|Recorded top weight