Resting between Angletarn Pikes and Brock Crags; Angle tarn has a big character for a small water.
Two islands, a broken peninsula and a number of rock bays give this water its appeal.
You'll find good sized hard fighting trout and a few exceptional ones in the mix. There are decent perch here too.
Dries or traditional wets work well. There are stories of evening rises and big trout engulfing sedges around the islands.
Park at Hartsop and go through the gate heading towards Hayeswater. Keep to the main path on the right as you go up to Hayeswater. When you get to Hayeswater, cross the Gill and head up the path going towards Satura Crag. As you come over Saturan Crag you'll see Angle Tarn on your left in the distance.
There is no information about permission and in this case I don't think that matters much. Just remember to take your rod licence.
Wind enthusiast, tippet collector and leader length obsessive. Steven knows only trout. His education was hindered by his lack of attention to anything that wasn't trout fishing. If you can find him he's usually at the front; over the furthest headland, bay or peninsula, pulling a team of wets and whistling the theme to The Littlest Hobo.
Have you been to a wild water and want to share the knowledge? We'd be more than happy to recieve information from anyone who wants to write up a water guide.
Or if you just fancy coming out on our next trip, you are more than welcome.