Blagdon Farm, Devon

Blagdon Farm at UK FishermanBlagdon Farm has 8 luxury lakeside lodges and a caravan site close to their 1.5 acre coarse fishing lake, only a few minutes from the sandy North Cornwall beaches at Bude and Widemouth Bay. Blagdon Farm is the perfect base from which to explore both Devon and Cornwall.

The 1.5 acre coarse fishing lake is stocked with Carp and a wide variety of silver fish. There are some good sized Common, Ghost and Mirror Carp and some big Grass Carp that can be quite elusive. There is a plentiful supply of Rudd and Roach of all sizes, as well as a good selection of other silver fish including Tench and Orfe. As they are not a commercial fishery the lake is not over-fished and therefore the fish are all in excellent condition.

  • Address: Blagdon Farm, Ashwater, Beaworthy, Devon EX21 5DF, England, UK
  • Species: carp (common, mirror, grass), roach, rudd, tench, orfe
  • Tel: 01409 211140
  • Day tickets: FREE fishing for residents. Non-residents day tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children
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