Clatworthy Reservoir


Clatworthy, Somerset TA4 2EJ, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

If you are looking for a fishing venue that offers great walks and abundant wildlife, you should check Clatworthy Reservoir out. Situated on the edge of Exmoor National Park, this site lies in the Brendon Hill, West Somerset.

This venue is a 130-acre reservoir that provides great fly fishing experience to anglers. It has brown and rainbow trout that can be caught either from the banks or from a boat. While the south bank is known as the best spot for fishing, the seven water inlets on site are all regarded as good spots for anglers.

The current record for rainbow trout is 16 lbs. 10 oz., which was caught in 1998. The record for brown trout is 8 lbs. 2 oz., which was caught in 1994.

Cycling, swimming, BBQs and dogs (except assistance dogs) are not allowed.

What size do the fish go to?

Rainbow trout go up to 16 lbs. 10 oz. and brown trout go up to 8 lbs. 2 oz..

What tactics work well?

Fish in this water respond to sinking lines and flashing lures.

What facilities are on site?

Facilities on site include a fishing lodge, a public car park, a picnic area, a public toilet, and nature trail. There are also facilities suited for disabled visitors.

Is parking available?

There is a public car park on site.

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