A mature, purpose-built fishery with five attractive lakes, set between the villages of Hampton-in-Arden and Knowle. A popular rural venue for match, pleasure and specimen carp fishing.
Two of our pools (Bridge Pool and Willow Pool) are primarily used for match fishing, with good heads of match-sized carp, bream and tench.
Cherries Pool is generally pleasure fished, with fish from a few ounces to over 20lb. The attraction of this pool is that you never know what you are going to catch when the float goes under.
Kingfisher pool is a small pool with very good stocks of small carp, bream and roach.
The final pool is Home Pool and the Fisheries’ specimen pool. The carp in here run to over 30lb and the pool is very popular with those looking to catch their biggest fish.
There are good facilities for disabled anglers, including a disabled toilet and a number of easily accessible pegs. The clubhouse serves hot and cold drinks, light meals and snacks. There are also toilet and shower facilities and space for five touring caravans (Caravan Club members only).
Please always check with the fishery bailiff for any changes or updates to the fishery rules.
Carp range in size from 2lbs right up to over 20lbs. They can be caught on a variety of methods and baits. During the evening they are known to be caught close in to the bank.
Bream average around 4lb, but those caught have been up to 8lb. This fish have shown in greater numbers in more recent years.
Roach are not often fished for but when caught are regularly of a large size.
Perch grow large in Bridge, Willow and Home pools, and specimens over 3lb are a regular occurrence.
Open from 7.30am. Closing times vary during the year. Please check with the fishery bailiff for current closing times.
*Concessionary permits are available to anglers who are in possession of a concessionary rod licence.
Day permits are available from the fishery bailiff. Matches must be booked in advance. Sign in to your online account to book a match or buy a season permit.
A4141 to Knowle, left onto Hampton Road, fishery is signed one and a half miles on the right.
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Call: 01675 443306 for the fishery bailiff
Last date edited: 8 December 2020