Warwick on Eden

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Many thanks to Warwick Hall for facilitating this camera's location and capitally funding its installation. Warwick Hall is relaxed, wonderfully comfortable and only 2 miles from Carlisle and the M6 (exit 43) on the A69. The River Eden rises on Black Fell Moss in the Lake District hills above Kirkby Stephen, flowing 84 miles north to the Solway Firth on the border of Scotland. It is prized by fishermen for its pristine fast flowing water, the beautiful countryside it flows through and above all for the sporting fish which swim up river from the sea. Fishing on the Eden can be accommodated all year long. While spring, summer and autumn offer the opportunity to catch Salmon, Wild Brown Trout and Sea Trout - there is also the opportunity to fish for Grayling throughout the winter.