Lancashire Fishing & Angling Venues
Fishing & Angling Venues in Colne, Burnley, Bolton, Blackpool, Ashton-under-Lyne, Preston, Wigan, Blackburn, Oldham, Rochdale
Bank House Fly Fishery
Bank House Fly Fishery was opened in 1974 by local vet and his wife, David and Jan Dobson. The fishery is now owned and run by their son Ben and his wife Charlotte who also run Stocks Reservoir Fly Fishery. At 2½ acres Bank House is only a small water, but it has been carefully planned and designed with fly fishing and wildlife in mind. A total of twelve small islands are scattered over the water giving the fishery a network of slow swims and pools. The water flows evenly around the lake before exiting from one of three outlets. This means that there are few if any `dead` areas where the water can warm in summer and become low in oxygen.
Barnsfold Waters Trout Fishery
Barnsfold Waters Trout Fishery is situated in the shadow of Beacon Fell Country Park. There are two Lakes, Barns and Beacon, each approximately eleven acres. Both lakes offer excellent bank fishing. Boats are also available. Barnsfold Waters is open throughout the year and lure fishing with a sinking line produces quality fish during the winter months. Several top restaurants in the surrounding area have Barnsfold Waters Trout on the menu, such is the quality of the fish.
Borwick Lakes is the perfect retreat for the keen fisherman offering 4 small inland lakes with fishing pegs home to a range of fish species. Fishing available from dawn to dusk. Fishing can be booked in advance.
Chub, Bream, Carp (Crucian, ghost, grass, mirror) Roach Rudd, Perch, Barbel, Brown trout,
Bradshaw Hall Fisheries
Bradshaw Hall Fisheries is one of the North West`s premier fishing venues. We boast 9 fully stocked lakes set in over 50 acres Are Lakes are well stocked with Carp, Roach, Tench, Rudd, Bream, Barbel, Chub and Perch and are maintained to the highest quality.
Carp, Roach, Tench, Rudd, Bream, Barbel, Chub, Perch
Opened in January 2010, this self-catering holiday lodge overlooks the smaller of our two fishing lakes on a quiet rural site in the beautiful Wyre countryside. The fishery and timber holiday lodge are located in the picturesque village of St Michael`s on Wyre with its ancient church and riverside walks, part of the longer Wyre Way walk, which can be accessed approximately 100 metres from the door of the lodge. Briarcroft Fishery is a mixed coarse fishery stocking Mirror and Common Carp to 25 lbs, Crucian Carp to 3 lbs, Perch to 3.5 lbs, Roach to 2 lbs, Bream to 7 lbs, Tench to 7 lbs. Also Rudd and Chub. The fishery is set in the picturesque village of St Michaels on Wyre in the heart of rural Lancashire's Wyre Valley and consists of two coarse fishing lakes of 1 acre and 0.5 acre, both stocked with the above fish. The fishery also benefits from the presence of the River Wyre at the rear of the property, which the owners have the fishing rights for. (Please note that some people may find the banks difficult to access) Fishing is strictly between 6.30am and 9pm or dusk, whichever is soonest. (Please note that we do not allow night fishing) The fishery is now private membership only and we do not sell day tickets. For further details about membership please call Miles or Sarah Ward on 01995 679456.
Mirror Carp, Common Carp, Crucian Carp, Perch, Bream, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Chub
Charity Farm Fisheries is a popular and well stocked coarse fishery which is available for day ticket and match fishing. Four landscaped Ponds set in beautiful open countryside within an 115 acre working farm. Facilities include a touring caravan park and camping area, toilets, telephone and refreshment area. Total of eighty pegs Opening hours Dawn to Dusk all year round Night Fishing is strictly prohibited Day Tickets Match and Club Bookings A day ticket costs £7.00 plus £1.00 for an extra rod if purchased through the self pay system. If you pay on the bank you will be charged £1.00 extra. Concessions available ( OAPs, disabled and children under 10yrs ) *Juniors must be accompanied
Carp, Bream, Tench, Chub, Perch, Roach, Rudd, Crucian Carp
Clevelay Bridge Fisheries & Leisure Park
Cleveley Bridge Leisure Park is situated on the edge of the Trough of Bowland in the North West of England. It sits at the foot of Calder Fell leading to the Forest of Bowland and well known for its outstanding natural beauty. It is set in 22 acres of woodland and runs along side the River Wyre. The site with its abundance of wildlife and tranquil surroundings offer a unique peaceful place ideal for any angler to relax and unwind. Cleveley Bridge hosts three main lakes and four Stock ponds. The lakes comprise of The Swanbrook Lake also known as the Specimen Lake, the Canal which accommodates 40 pegs and is popular for matches and finally the Serpentine Lake, this accommodates 15 pegs and is also a popular choice for matches. The four stock ponds comprise of The Butterfly One, Butterfly Two, Last Resort and Lily Bank. All the ponds are suitable for pleasure anglers, novice and accomplished. All the lakes are well stocked and constantly maintained. They contain a mixture of species of varying size and weight. Most lakes have Mirror, Common and Grass Carp, Trench, Perch, Roach, Rudd, Bream and smaller quantities of Barbel and Chub all waiting to challenge the accomplished or novice angler. Fishing is available by day ticket and overnight fishing and long breaks are available. We also offer a Fishing Lodge.
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Forrest Hills (also known as Conder Valley fly fishery) offers both lake and river fly fishing. On the verge of the Forest of Bowland yet just minutes from junction 33 of the M6 we offer a beautiful and peaceful location with excellent access. Beginners` fly-fishing tuition is available covering casting, imitative fly techniques and fish handling. Fly fishing can also be incorporated into corporate training and team building days. The lake and river are managed in line with out environmental values and policy. Open from dawn to dusk, Forrest Hills has car parking and toilet facilities. Most of the jetties are suitable for wheelchair access. Regular reports of the etymological life in the lake and river, imitative flies being used and fish caught are given in our BLOG. Prices Full day 4 fish £22 Full day sporting £15 (barbless hooks only) Half day 2 fish £15 Half day sporting £10 (barbless hooks only) A valid permit is also required, which can be bought online from the Environment Agency or at any Post Office.
Gingham Fishery is set in the peaceful Lancashire countryside on the outskirts of Bolton. The water is an old reservoir lodge of good quality and consists of Carp (Mirror, Common and Crucian), Bream, Roach, Tench, Ide, Chub, Rudd and Perch. Opening times Summer 6:00AM - Dusk Winter 7:00AM - Dusk Ticket Type Standard Concessions Per Person £4.00 £3.00 Concessions are available to pensioners and children under 15. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets paid for on the bank. The water is also available for match fishing by clubs and syndicates, The organisers of matches can make bookings by telephone. For more information please contact Paul on 07970 489418
Mirror Carp, Common Carp, Crucian Carp, Bream, Roach, Tench, Ide, Chub, Rudd, Perch
Opening Hours Our opening hours are from 07:30 until dusk. Ash lake is a match and pleasure lake which is 1.7 acres in size and has 25 pegs. The lake has two central islands which can be reached with the waggler and tip. Ash Lake is heavily stocked with Tench, Carp, Bream, Roach, Perch and Crucian Carp. The lake is fishable either by Day Ticket or Match Booking. Prices are as follows: Prices Day Ticket £7.00. Match Booking £7.00 per head OAPs and accompanied under 16s £5.00 Beech Lake is a 2.5 acre Match/Pleasure Lake, ideal for club bookings. It has 35 custom built pegs, all accessible from the path. The lake is heavily stocked with Common and Mirror Carp to 4lb and has produced some prolific catches. catches in excess of 100 Lbs have been achieved. There are three islands running through the center of the lake which can be reached with a pole and the two bays are perfect for the waggler or tip. The lake is fishable either by Day Ticket or Match Booking. Prices are as follows: Day Ticket £7.00. Match Booking £7.00 per head OAPs and accompanied under 16s £5.00 Oak lake is our jewel in the crown, converted from the specimen lake, it now has 42 spacious pegs. It is 4 acres in size and is well stocked with Carp, Ide, Barble, Skimmer Bream, Roach and Chub This year F1 carp were introduced into the lake, making ideal for all year round fishing. All pegs can be fished using pole and the majority by waggler or tip. Day Ticket £7.00. Match Booking £7.00 per head OAPs and accompanied under 16s £5.00
Tench, Bream, Roach, Perch, Crucian Carp, Common Carp, Mirror Carp, Ide, Barbel, Skimmer Bream, Chub
Contact InformationWeb Site: Highfield Fisheries
Ghants Lane, Poulton Le Fylde, Lancashire, FY6 9DG.
Hudsons Farm Fishery
One of the longest established coarse fisheries in the Fylde easily accessible from M6 (approx 10 miles from J32) also approx 10 miles from the holiday resort of Blackpool. Providing superb coarse fishing in a tranquil environment, whether for pleasure sessions, match bookings or overnight carp-fishing. These are well established waters with an abundance of wildlife, a haven from the stresses of modern life, with the advantage of a good days fishing thrown in! Toilets and light refreshments are available. We take club match bookings, there are still some dates available for 2013 please ring for details. Day tickets £6.00 24 Hour Ticket £15.00
Wels Catfish, Common Carp, Mirror Carp, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Barbel, Tench, Crucian Carp, Perch
Set back in the pretty village of Mere Brow, The Caravan Park is sheltered in a quiet setting, surrounded by mature trees and shrubs and offers 125 pitches most of which are serviced pitches. Modern amenities include a nearby toilet/shower and laundry block and facilities for the disabled.Our resident warden is on hand to ensure that you enjoy a happy and secure stay. Perhaps a quiet spot of fishing or bird-watching would suit and for those with a real sense of adventure there`s plenty of interesting cycling tracks to follow.
The fishery is privately owned offering day ticket fishing to the general public. We are located in a beautiful countryside part of Lancashire with a abundance of wildlife We have two well stocked lakes, The doughnut and The old ash bank. With fish of exceptional condition.
Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, Barbel, Chub
Contact InformationWeb Site: Limbrick Fisheries
Long Lane , Chorley, Lancashire, PR6 9EF.
Lune River Fishing
Halton top beat has long slow deep pools, which are not suited to salmon fly fishing except in high water. It is a very good high water beat and many fish are caught in spinning when other beats are not fishable. Salmon can be caught on the fly during high flows, as the river levels fall shrimp fishing is more successful. Fly-fishing for sea trout at night works well. There are twelve rods available daily. Left bank from 50 meters above forge weir to Escow Beck. Salmon fly and artificial lure only until June 16th this is a regional byelaw, all legal methods thereafter. Coarse fishing is available on this beat between the 1st of November and the 14th of March. Parking is available in the Hermitage car park on the Halton road. Halton Lower beat Halton Lower beat has three main holding pools which all fish the fly well. There are eight rods available daily. Left bank - from Denny Beck upstream to a point 50 yards below forge weir. Fly only, except when the water level is over 15 inches on the gauge at Halton Toll Bridge, and then all legal methods are allowed. Fly only before June 16th. Parking is available adjacent to Denny Beck bridge on the Millennium Cycleway. No wading or fishing beyond the central line of the river on the Halton beats excepting the area between Old Halton Toll Bridge and Halton Weir. Halton Lower Beat. River Lune Skerton beat Both banks from marker post in the tidal area below Carlisle Bridge, upstream to Howe GhyIl Beck. The area below Skerton Weir is tidal and has some excellent fly water with the Area below the weir between the black and white and red and white marker posts fly only. No fishing is allowed between the black and white marker posts and weir or from the weir itself, all legal methods are allowed on other areas of this beat. There are six rods available to salmon and trout anglers daily. Coarse angling is allowed above Skerton Weir. Parking is available on riverside roads, Opposite Kingsway centre and Lansil Industrial Estate.
Salmon, Sea Trout
Oak Royal Golf & Country Club
Coarse Lake (covers 1 acre) 21 Pegs plus one disabled. Fly Fishing Lake (covers 1.3 acres) 21 Pegs plus one disabled.
Coarse Lake (Rudd, Roach, Perch, Tench, Bream, Mirror & Common Carp). Fly Lake (Rainbow & Brown Trout).
Pennine Trout Farm and Fishery
A clean, well cared for and managed fishery comprising of two separate lakes totaling 5 acres, up to 13 meters deep, within private land of approximately 20 acres, set in a valley in the countryside at the foot of the Lancashire Pennines. These waters are supplied by natural spring water sourced from catchments of 175 acres. A wooded heather moorland is the backdrop for this noted Big Trout Fishery. Domestic fowl and wild life add to this rural setting. The excellent tarmac car parking facility is situated between the two lakes which allows good access to all banks around both waters.
Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout
Set in tranquil surroundings with 13 acres of lake and deciduous woods only minutes from Junction 35 of the M6 motorway, Redwell Fisheries is located in a small valley between the lovely market town of Kirkby Lonsdale and Carnforth - the ideal location for your holiday in Lancashire. The lakes take up about 5 acres of the site and are split into 4. All are connected and the fish have the freedom to swim in any of them. Choose your peg carefully and do not be afraid to move if fishing is a little slow on your first choice.
Carp, Bream, Tench, Rudd and Hybrids
Contact InformationWeb Site: Redwell Fisheries
Kirkby Lonsdale Road, Arkholme, Lancashire, LA6 1BQ.
Stocks Fly Fishery
Stocks Reservoir is the largest fly fishery in the North West of England. Stocks Reservoir has Four and a half miles of fishable shoreline and 350 acres of open water. Situated at the head of the Hodder Valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Stocks has a wild and unspoiled quality the perfect place for a days fly fishing. We have twenty 15` Coulam boats. The boats have been specifically designed for fly fishing, the seating position is much higher, they drift slowly and are very stable and spacious making them the perfect boat for able and disabled anglers alike. Plus we have five 17` and seven 14` Anglers Fancy Irish loch boats. All boats have Honda BF2 petrol engines, anchors and safety equipment. 1,2 or 3 man boats available
The Villa Caravan Park & Fishery
The Villa is an open fishery consisting of four interconnecting lakes holding an excellent head of mixed coarse fish. A selection of pegs are available around the lakes offering secluded, peaceful bases away from interruptions and noise pollution. The fishery is open from 7am until dusk each day and offers stocks of specimen carp (30lbs+), chub, tench, roach, silver fish, crucian, perch, bream, skimmers and more.
Carp, Chub, Tench, Roach, Silver Fish, Crucian Carp, Perch, Bream, Skimmers
Whitmore Fisheries cater for all angler abilities and most pegs are accessible for disabled anglers. There are car parking facilities situated around the fisheries which enables easy accessibility to pegs, with most pegs being hard stand surfaces.
Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, Barbel, Chub.Orfe, Gudgeon, Ide
Contact InformationWeb Site: Whitmore Fisheries
Bradshaw Lane, Kirkham, Lancashire, PR43HQ.
Wyreside Lakes Fishery
The Fishery is situated on the Duchy of Lancaster`s Wyreside Estate. A variety of way -marked paths through the Fishery connect the lakes and there are many attractive walks in the surrounding countryside. We have a mixture of carp, pike and coarse fishing offering a variety of species and size which will provide a challenge to both the professional and novice angler. We also have a tackle shop on site selling bait and some carp and pike tackle.
Carp, Coarse, Pike