We always take our cameras with us on our river fishing trips around our county Yorkshire just in case we are lucky enough to catch a big one but also to capture images of the beautiful countryside. Yorkshire has its fair share of rivers and the majority of them flow through unspoiled countryside and that gives us the river angler a huge advantage to the non-angler. We get to see, walk and practice our sport in this unbelievable environment and over the years we have built up a fair collection of images of the terrain in Yorkshire. Although we are not professional photographers we thought that we should share some of the images with our fellow anglers. Most people who visit these pages have an interest in angling in some form or another river anglers, fly fishermen, anglers that fish commercial fisheries, whatever your passion the majority of anglers will have a liking for the countryside, but it is the river fishing angler that spends his time in the sticks often with long walks. We hope you enjoy these images of Yorkshire and please send any images that you may have and get them included within this post. email
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An autumn footpath along the Yorkshire Derwent near the village of Bossall
Summer on the river Wharfe near Boston Spa and Weatherby ready for some river angling
View over the Derwent Valley Near Kirkham after a long walk to the fishing through Howsham wood.
The beautiful lower Swale at Myton on Swale
A weirpool runoff in the summer Yorkshire Derwent at Howsham Mill
The weir at Topcliffe pre-restoration of the mill sometime in the 80s on the river Swale
A long walk to the river at Howsham in the bitter winter weather.
A walk across a winter meadow to the river around Scrayingham Yorkshire whilst fishing on the river Derwent.
The lower river Wharfe heading towards Newton Kyme
Walking to the river through Howsham Woods can be hard going but well worth the effort.
Upper river Ure near Aysgarth.These falls are superb after a heavy downfall of rain.
Howsham Mill mear Howsham Hall on the Yorkshire Derwent
The river Dearne near Storrs Mill Wood
River Wharfe near Weatherby
Fishing on the river Nidd at Tockwith
River Wharfe Wetherby
Overgrown pathway at the side of the river Dearne Darfield
Autumn on a misty River Dearne
River Ure near Humberton
Footpath on the Dearne
A winter view next to the river Dearne at Broomhill
Woodland by the river Wharfe Boston Spa
Swans on the river Dearne Little Houghton
An angler on the river Dearne at Darfield
The Derwent at Kirkham not too far from Kirkham Abby
Midd summer on the lower river Wharfe Thorpe Arch
A sky view near Aldborough next to the River Ure
An Aqueduct carrying the New Junction Canal over the lower Tidal River Don at Kirk Bramwith near Doncaster.
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