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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to book online?

A: We recommend booking online wherever possible to guarantee a peg (especially at weekends). However, day tickets can be purchased from the Tackle & Bait shop on the day subject to availability.

Q: Can I pleasure fish when you have matches on?

A: Yes! We have matches and pleasure fishing available every day. To check which lakes are available for day tickets, click here

Q: Which lakes are best for disabled access?

A: Ribbon Lake has 20 pegs, all of which are disability friendly. They have wide pegs suitable for wheelchair access and Blue Badge Holder Car Parking spaces directly next to the lake. It is also closely located to the main facilities on the complex, such as the toilets (including a disabled toilet), lakeside cafe, log cabin, office and the Tackle & Bait shop.

Q: Which lakes are best for beginners?

A: If you are new to the sport, we recommend Pine Canal. As a former stock pond, you are more likely to catch a high volume of smaller fish.

Q: Do you offer night fishing?

A: No, we do not offer night fishing. To check our current opening times, click here 

Q: Where do I collect tackle & bait that I have pre-purchased online?

A: Click & Collect is based at the Tackle & Bait shop in the main hub area of the fishery.

Q: Can I bring a spectator?

A: Yes, you are permitted to bring one spectator free of charge. Spectators should not be fishing at any point.

Q: Can I just come down for a walk around the lakes?

A: Unfortunately not. As much as we would love to share the stunning surroundings with walkers, it can be very disruptive to the anglers. However, there are a selection of local walks on the public footpaths that surrounds the fishery and finish up at Partridge Lakes Cafe which is open to the public.