Scalby Beck Angling Club

Scalby Beck Angling Club


Scalby Beck Angling Club


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North Yorkshire
England

Phone: 07777 650923


{o} Fish Types: Brown trout
{o} Fishing: 2 miles of Scalby Beck



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 Game Fisheries (Stillwater)

 


We are a small game fishery based in Scarborough fishing on Scalby Beck. Day tickets are available and membership is limited.
Scalby beck (the Sea cut) is a named after the pretty village of Scalby roughly 3 km north of Scarborough. The beck runs from Mowthorpe farm near the village of Hackness to the small sea estuary at Scalby Mills, which was so called because of the working Water Mills that used to be situated on the lower end of the beck.

The start of the beck at Hackness is linked to the River Derwent and in times of flood acts as an overflow for excess water to run to the sea instead of flooding the alluvial forge valley plain. This stretch of the beck runs through flat arable land roughly for about two miles until it gets to the bridge at Newby. This is where the landscape changes dramatically and we now see steep sided wooded banks and deep gorges. Once the beck gets to the bridge at Burniston road there are three large weirs on the beck in this area.




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