News, Events and Information - March

31st March 2023

Off the Mark...

Congratulations to Scott H who landed our first fish of the season, a nice grilse for the Bishops.


19th March 2021


23rd March 2020


As you will be well aware, Coronavirus has had a huge impact on our daily lives with changes and restrictions happening on a daily basis.

With regards to our fishing, hopefully when September comes around, I would like to think we have emerged from the dark shroud of isolation, suspended business trading and panic buying.

I will be reviewing things in June, prior to final balance requests being sent out. The main issue that would prevent us from fishing, would be if the hospitality industry is still in a lock down.

If the worst comes to the worst and we have to cancel our season, we will be offering the opportunity to "roll over" your deposits to next season. I will also be happy to assist you with any travel insurance claims relating to your booking. I will also be looking at, but can't guarantee, to offer refunds in these exceptional circumstances we face.

In the mean time, please stay safe and well and follow the guidelines regarding hygiene and social distancing.

The one that stayed away, saved the others.



Welcome to the new website for Upper Caberston.

Over the next few months the website will be evolving as I upload new images and pages.

I will be keeping you updated on the improvements being made the beat and as I write the refurbishment of the toilet is nearly completed.

During the fishing season (late Sept - Nov) I will be giving you daily updates of news from the river including fish catches, water levels and temp. also air pressure and wind strength and direction from our newly installed weather station.

On the bookings front, 80% of rods are booked. Which is great news as it tells me the improvements to the beat last season are being given a big thumbs up.

Thank You





30th March 2011

The refurbishment of the toilet is now complete. After a very cold winter at Upper Caberston,( -20 during some nights) leaving our pipework with more holes than a cheese grater, I decided it was time for a full overhaul. We have removed all the copper pipework and replaced with 'non burst' plastic pipes, removed the over sink water heaters and have installed an instantaneous water heater to supply both the toilet and kitchen areas. We have installed a new toilet and hand basin, cladded the walls and ceiling and replaced the floor covering. As you will see from the picture below the end result is excellent.