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The River Teign

Sea Trout Fishing on the River Teign

The River Teign is a noted sea trout river (2008 catch 589 sea trout) in Devon, South West England. It begins high in the moors of the Dartmoor National Park. There are two sources which form the North and South Teign, which meet near Chagford. The Teign then plunges into the dramatic wooded gorge which starts beneath Castle Drogo and continues for about seven miles past Fingle Bridge and on to Clifford Bridge near Dunsford. From there it continues south to its estuary at Newton Abbot and on to the sea at Teignmouth.

The River Teign at Chudleigh



Sea Trout Fishing on  the River Teign

Sea trout fishing is best in late spring and throughout summer, with night-time fly fishing accounting for most of the fish. Much of the river is available to the visiting angler, with about 12 miles of the picturesque upper reaches controlled by the Upper Teign Fishing Association, which offers permits to visiting anglers at very reasonable rates.


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