Allen Valley Angling and Conservation

AVAC was founded by Paul Frear in 2011 to promote fishing and conservation along the River East Allen in the North Pennines AONB.

They provide fishing rights along a significant stretch of the river and at Coatenhill Reservoir, offering opportunities to catch wild brown trout, sea trout, and salmon.

Memberships and day tickets are available for anglers and visitors.

Allen Valley Angling and Conservation

Allen Valley Angling and Conservation, Northumberland, NE47 9

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About Allen Valley Angling and Conservation

Allen Valley Angling and Conservation (AVAC) is a group started in 2011 by Paul Frear. Their main goal is to encourage fishing and protect the River East Allen’s ecosystem.

AVAC has fishing rights along a big part of the river, from above Allenheads to below Allen Mill Bridge. They also offer fishing at Coatenhill Reservoir near Spartylea. All their fishing spots are in the beautiful North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The main fish to catch in the area is wild brown trout, but sometimes anglers also catch sea trout and salmon.

AVAC is happy to have new members who love fishing and conservation. They offer memberships and day tickets for local anglers and visitors to enjoy the river’s fishing opportunities.