Middle South Woodburn


Carrickfergus, UK

Fishery Information:

Middle South Woodburn Reservoir, also referred to as Carrick Dams, is a popular fishery situated in a forest known for good fly catches. The reservoir supports brown and rainbow trout, and the fishing season runs from 1 March to 31 October. The primary method for fishing at this reservoir is fly fishing, although concessionary disabled permit holders may also spin and worm fish. Fishing is not permitted before 8.00 am or after 10.00 pm.

What size do the fish go to?

Specific size information for the brown and rainbow trout at Middle South Woodburn Reservoir is not provided. However, the minimum takeable size is 25.4 cm. For more detailed size information, you should contact the fishery directly.

What tactics work well?

Fly fishing is the primary method at Middle South Woodburn Reservoir, which is known for its good fly catches. Concessionary disabled permit holders may also spin and worm fish. It is recommended to use the appropriate method based on your experience and preferences, as well as the fishery conditions on the day of your visit.

What facilities are on site?

No specific facilities are mentioned in the provided information. It is recommended to contact the fishery directly for detailed information about the available facilities.

Is parking available?

Yes, car parking is available at both Lower South Woodburn and beside Woodburn church. Anglers are asked to use the official entrances and not to park cars in a way that obstructs roadways or gate entrances.

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