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Kiveton Waters

Three lakes on a purpose-built fishery near to Kiveton Park, Sheffield. A popular venue for match and pleasure fishing.

Angler at Rose's Lake at Kiveton Waters fishery

Two of our lakes (Eve's and Rose's) are primarily used for match fishing, with good heads of match-sized carp, bream and roach.

Lynn's Lake is generally for pleasure fishing, with fish from a few ounces to over 20 lbs. The attraction of this pool is that you never know what you are going to catch when the float goes under.

There are good facilities including toilets and a number of easily accessible pegs. It's possible to drive your car close to most pegs. There's a small café on-site that serves hot and cold drinks, light meals and snacks.

Fishery rules

Please always check with the fishery bailiff for any changes or updates to the fishery rules.

Kiveton Waters fishery rules

Fish stocks

Stocked with carp, bream, roach, tench, perch, silver bream and gudgeon.

Prices and opening times (from 1 March 2024)

The fishery is open from 7am. Closing times vary during the year. Please check with the fishery for current closing times. From 1 March 2024 prices will be: • Adult (one rod) £8 • Concession* (one rod) £7 • Under 18 £4.50 • Season Permit Adult £160 • Season Permit Concession* £130 • Match peg fee £8

*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, please contact the fishery direct to book a match and to buy a season permit

Kiveton Waters match booking terms and conditions

Season permit terms and conditions

Kiveton Waters fishery
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Last Edited: 10 April 2024

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