Fishing: Rules and Regulations

Please note all lakes will be closed to all anglers from 8pm Thursday 26th May until 7am Tuesday 31st May.

Site Rules for All Anglers and Visitors

  • Lakes - Children 16 & under to be always supervised by an adult
  • Dogs always to be kept on a lead anywhere on the site
  • No dogs by the lakes
  • Please respect the wildlife and all other visitors
  • Vehicles to be left in the car parks and at owners risk
  • The gates are unlocked at 8.00am, earlier starts by arrangement
  • The gates are locked at Sunset

Additional Rules for Anglers

  • Catch and release only - No keep nets
  • True Barbless hooks only: No's 22 - 8
  • No braided line
  • Sliding feeders only - No fixed Method feeders
  • Use Landing nets
  • Handle all fish with care - Wet hands only, no cloths
  • For larger fish use unhooking Mats
  • No Radios or Music - Let everyone enjoy the peace and quiet
  • No bait in tins at the lakes
  • Litter and line on or near your peg must be removed when you leave
  • No night fishing
  • No removal or introduction of fish
  • Fish from the platforms only

Bait Rules

  • No Nuts, Boilies, Pellets, Pastes, Bloodworms or Joker
  • No Dog or Cat meat
  • No seeds, pulses or tares - Hemp and Sweetcorn only
  • There is a 1kg dry weight maximun limit on ground bait
  • No floating bait in matches, or if it is being taken by wildlife
  • Please take left over bait home with you. Do not throw into the lakes or onto the banks

Please note a valid rod licence is also required

The owners and/or their representatives reserve the right to inspect rigs, boxes, baits & all equipment & vehicles at anytime & to eject anyone failing to adhere to the above rules and tariffs.

No refunds.


Day Ticket (1 Rod) £6.00
Day Ticket (2 Rod) £10.00
Junior Day Ticket (1 Rod Only) £4.00
For Anglers 11 years and under

Further Information