Fishery and Venue Reviews

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Royal Berkshire Fisheries has a fantastic feel to it and everyone there is friendly. Brad is such a nice guy and the guys that work there are always happy to help. Another mention is Kev who was really helpful in setting me up after not fishing for over 40 years. Prime example of this place is I lost my sunglasses while fishing & Brad found them andlooked after them for me until I next came. I catch great fish there…
Oakley Fisheries Review: Andrew Stevens, October 2015 Went to Oakley Fisheries Bromley. Good little fishery. It is a farm lake with a good number of 5LB-10LB fish. But some good lumps in there in 20's. Have caught a number of carp on pellets and paste for tench. Bread works well too. Only costs £7.00 so not bad value. The site has coffee and tea and toilets but no food, plenty of shops nearby though. Only downside on one side of…
Woodacott Holiday Park and Fishing Lakes is situated near Holsworthy in Devon and is the ideal location of a UK fishing holiday. Coarse and carp fishing is available on two well stocked lakes. Tricia Burley sent us this review. Woodacott Holiday Park and Fishing Lakes Review: Tricia Burley, June 2014 Having visited Woodacott Holiday Park & Fishery twice a year for the past 5 years, we were apprehensive when we found out that it was under new ownership this time.…
Wood Lane Farm Fishery is based in Iver, Buckinghamshire and consists of two coarse and carp fishing lakes. We've been hearing some pretty good thinks about the fishery lately including this reader review that was submitted recently. Wood Lane Farm Fishery Review: Chris Millar, August 2011 Top day out at Wood Lane Farm Went to Wood Lane on Friday 02/08/2011 with a friend who's never been fishing before and had a great day off, avoiding going to work. The staff…
Gweryd Lakes provides Carp fishing, specimen silver fish and general coarse fishing and trout fishing on a choice of three lakes set in a 150 acre estate in the Clwydian Mountains Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gweryd Lakes Fishery Review: L Mac, August 2011 Please don't refer to this venue as one of the leading carp venues in Wales. This just plain and simply isn't true. There are over 30 pegs with sometimes up to 3 anglers on one peg,…
"Pads Army" is now associated with and sponsored by MONK LAKES FISHERY in Kent The Lakes now have 80 swims for Disabled Anglers. Pads Army and Monk Lakes' owners are hoping to have nearly all swims done by April 2009. Monk Lakes Fishery is still the best fishery in Kent and its going to get better. Our Charity Fishing Match details for 2009 will be avilable soon so please watch this space. We are Planing a young Anglers session for…
Pondwood Fisheries, Berkshire Located in Berkshire, Pondwood Fisheries is the premier fishing facility for anglers of all categories with three coarse fishing waters, one of which dates back to medieval times and one which is in excess of 30 years old. In addition there is the Snake, a still water course dating back to medieval times which was opened for day tickets in 2002 after widening and extension. Pondwood fisheries offer carp, roach, chub, perch, rudd and tench fishing as…
Frant Lakes, Kent Located just outside the village of Bells Yew Green near Tunbridge Wells, around 40 minutes drive from the South London area, Frant Lakes offers mixed and specimen fishing on eight lakes set in 200 acres of parkland as well as a fifty swim section of the River Teise. They offer disabled anglers more than 20 dedicated swims with adjacent car spaces. Reader Review - Jel Holyoake, Kent - May 2007 This may sound silly but what planet…
DreamLakes, France The DreamLake Complex, consisting of six mature, tree-lined lakes offers excellent carp and catfish angling on either an Inclusive Package or Voyage Self-Drive basis. Currently five of the lakes are open, the sixth housing a huge number of stock fish, ensuring future growth and development. DreamLakes aim to provide anglers with the highest quality French carp fishing holiday. Offering the size and numbers of carp you would never hope to find in any English water, the peace and…
Based in Deal, Kent, 6 coarse fishing lakes make up the Cottington Lakes complex, offering a variety of angling to all levels - two mixed coarse lakes, two specimen carp lakes and a two match lakes, the latest of which was opened in 2005. Main species include carp, bream, tench, roach, rudd, perch and chub. UK Fisherman was recently contacted by three anglers, all being familiar with the fishing at Cottington Lakes, but with very differing opinions of the place…
The River Bourne is in places little more than a stream but can offer some excellent coarse fishing, particularly during the autumn and winter months when the river is in full flow. The River Bourne rises in the west in the grounds of Windsor Royal Park and flows through Surrey where it meets the Thames at Hamm Court, Weybridge. For most of its length it flows through private land and is therefore unfishable, although easy access is assured around the…


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