The Peacock is the hub for the Haddon Estate fisheries which offers some of the finest and most extensive dry fly fishing for wild trout in the country. Fishermen come from all over the world , and the Derbyshire Wye is famous for being the only river in the United Kingdom with wild rainbow trout as well as wild brown trout.
Day tickets are available from reception or online, so why not combine a relaxing stay with a spot of fishing? And for more regular fishermen, our Peacock Fly Fishing Club membership offers exceptional fishing opportunities on four rivers.
Day tickets are available from the Peacock for fishing on over seven miles of the River Wye and on three and a half miles of the River Derwent. Call 01629 733518 to book.
Regular Day Ticket 2018 – £50 per day – From 1 April to 11 May and from 17 June to 7 October.
Mayfly Season Day Ticket 2018 – £90 per day – From 12 May to 16 June 2018.
Four rivers run through the Haddon Estate: The rivers Derwent, Wye, Lathkill and Bradford with over 20 miles of fishing to choose from.
We do not stock any of our rivers so all fish are wild. The river Wye is the only river in the country with wild Rainbow Trout.
A superb opportunity to join one of the most exceptional fishing clubs in the country with fishing on the Wye, Derwent, Lathkill, and Bradford rivers. Membership starts from just £625 a year, with members receiving discounts on food and day passes.
To make the most of what our four river have to offer, why not book a guide. Guides are available at just £120.00 for a half day, or £200.00 for a full day.
Tuition is also available. Please contact us by calling 01629 733518 for more information.
Exclusively for residents of the Peacock, a limited number of day tickets are available to fish on 3 ½ miles of the river Derwent.
Unlike the Wye, wet flies and nymphs can be used as well as dry flies, and wading is permitted with caution!
Available to day ticket holders and members of the Peacock Fly Fishing Club.
The only river in the country with wild rainbow trout; with over seven miles of some of the best dry fly fishing in the UK. The river is not stocked at all, providing challenging fishing for wild brown and rainbow trout as well as for grayling. We operate a strict “catch and release” policy, with fish being released unharmed.
The Middle and Lower Lathkill and the Bradford are beautiful small and delicate limestone spring fed rivers.
We only permit a very few rods on these rivers at any one time, and outside the mayfly season, but they are well worth exploring!