Thrybergh Country Park is a reservoir and nature reserve in South Yorkshire, England.
It is located between Thrybergh and Hooton Roberts on the outskirts of Rotherham and opened in 1983.
As of writing this review Thrybergh Country Park is being very poorly run over the last couple of years.
2yrs ago you could pay for a day ticket with a 2 fish take home and be pretty sure you’d get your 2 fish and return a few more.
But now it’s as though all the fish are gone despite Rotherham Council claiming the reservoir is regularly stocked.
The grounds are poorly looked after, especially as far as Fly Fishermen are concerned. This is unforgivable as they are still charging £190 for an annual pass, which in it’s current condition this venue is nowhere near worth that fee.
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