Sutton Brook

Sutton Brook in Derbyshire is a picturesque small river belonging to a society, perfect for fly fishing with dry flies.

Stocked with brown trout and home to wild brownies and grayling, it also offers opportunities for coarse anglers with dace, roach, perch, chub, and barbel.

Rules include special fishing seasons, handling guidelines, and safety precautions.

Sutton Brook

Sutton Brook, Main St, Sutton on the Hill, Ashbourne DE65 5FF, United Kingdom

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Sutton Brook

About Sutton Brook

Sutton Brook in Derbyshire is a small river that is part of the Dove river system and is owned by a society. It is a great spot for fly fishing, especially using dry flies. The river is regularly stocked with brown trout, and there are also wild brownies and grayling to catch. Coarse anglers can also enjoy fishing here, with dace, roach, perch, chub, and barbel in the water.

The river is 2 miles long and is a beautiful place to fish. To access the water, use the stile near the A516 road bridge. Fly fishing is only allowed from March 15th to June 15th. If you catch trout, do not keep them in keepnets, and do not remove any fish from the water.

If you are under 18, you must be accompanied by an adult when fishing. Stay at least 30 meters away from overhead power lines for safety. No dogs, fires, guns, or litter are allowed in the area.

Only full members and associate member night permit holders can fish at night.