The club has ten miles of mostly double-bank fishing on the picturesque River Wyre,
which runs close to Springfield House. This is divided into ten beats , which range from wooded upland fishing to broad runs and deep pools. Each beat is reserved for a single rod and his guest if required, ensuring exclusive fishing. The quarry includes wild brown trout, sea trout and the occasional salmon.
Scorton Lake is a stunning 42 acre water, stocked with brown and rainbow trout,
with a few indigenous brown trout waiting to surprise the angler. Members have use
of six elegant clinker-built rowing boats, moored in a two-storey boathouse with views from the upper floor across the lake. Fishing is in the traditional loch style and there is no better feeling than see one's quarry rise to the fly.
High Street Lake and Low Street Lakes are adjacent waters in a breathtaking setting, well-stocked with rainbow trout. These provide bank fishing from numerous casting platforms and may be fished during the winter months for rainbow trout.
Wyre Rivers Trust
We work closely with the Wyre Rivers Trust and share their goal of an improved environment across the entire Wyre catchment. Read more about their work through this link.