Iain Barr Fly Fishing - Eyebrook
This beautiful 400 acre water is set on the borders of Rutland & Northamptonshire.
Eyebrook responds well to traditional fly fishing techniques and is renowned for its nymph sport and top of the water action. Good water levels are maintained all year round even in the driest of summers. The average depth is 17ft with a maximum near to the dam at around 45ft.
The 'Brook' was originally built in the 1940's to supply the steel works in Corby and was one of the waters used by the RAF's famous wartime 617 squadron, the 'Dambusters' as a training reservoir. The lodge has picture boards to commemorate these events.
There is a well stocked tackle shop at the water and Stuart has most items you would ever need under his roof. Eyebrook is a Disabled Angler friendly water with two Wheely-boats available as well as the other 30 well maintained 4hp boats in the fleet.