Fishing lakes in Avon
Each of the three lakes is distinctive and offers something for anglers of all skill levels.Both Withy and Bridge Pools, which were created with the aid of a large Lottery Grant, have a natural appearance as well as a reputation for some of the greatest fishing in the area owing to the tireless efforts of the club's members. Thousands of trees were planted on the hills overlooking the lakes, enhancing the overall appearance.The fishery's 115 well-spaced and pleasant swims are easily accessible f...
Stanshawes Drive, Yate, BS37 4, South Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Bathampton Angling Association is the owner of the lake.Day tickets must be dated and put in the appropriate ticket box, along with membership numbers.Take the A4 towards Bristol from Bath, then take the A39 towards Marksbury at the roundabout for the "Globe Inn." Turn left to enter the college grounds almost immediately. Continue straight to the left-hand car park (signposted). The vehicle lot is just across from the lake.Carp are plentiful, with the biggest weighing up to 30 pounds and a great...
Newton Park, Newton St. Loe, Bath BA2 9BN., Corston, BA2 9, Wilts, United Kingdom
Chew Valley Lake
Chew Valley is well-known for its picturesque splendor as well as excellent fly fishing. The size and quality of the trout taken here are unrivaled, and fishermen have success utilizing a broad range of fishing tactics and fly patterns, making it a favorite competition location.The lake is rather shallow, with top-level average depths of just 14 feet and a maximum depth of about 37 feet. Its surrounding region, which was previously lush farmland, is now fertile terrain for the aquatic species re...
Chew Stoke, BS40 8, Bath and North East Somerset, United Kingdom
Ham Green Lakes
In addition to its natural beauty, Ham Green Lake has a rich history. As far as we can tell, there was a Roman road which crossed the bottom lake. Pill and Abbots Leigh are separated by a narrow strip of water in the middle of the lake. The hospital in Ham Green relied on the lake for its water supply. For patients returning from the Crimean War, Ham Green Hospital served as an isolation facility.As a result of the lake's division, a course lake was able to be created at the top, and a carp/cour...
Chapel Pill Lane, Pill, BS20 0, North Somerset, United Kingdom
St. George's Park
This is a tiny lake stocked with coarse fish, and fishing is free for responsible fishermen. Fishing is only allowed on the lake's southern end.
Church Road, Saint George, Bristol, BS5 8AJ, Bristol, United Kingdom
The River Chew
The river is free to fish however you do need to be a member. There are a range of species living in the river such as Chub, Trout, Roach, Grayling and Gudgeon. Fisherman are limited to keeping two trout per day, the minimum size allowed to be kept is 25cm. Between March the 15th and March the 31st there is strictly no fishing allowed.
Peppershells Lane, Compton Dando, BS39 4, Bath and North East Somerset, United Kingdom
Grayling and Brown Trout can only be caught using traditional fly fishing techniques.A premier spring-fed limestone river with a robust population of free-rising wild trout and a plenty of insect life, including (typically) an excellent mayfly hatch.Beat 1 - ShockerwickFrom Bath, take the A4 to Box. To get to Shockerwick, continue on the A4 after passing the Bradford-on-Avon roundabout at Bathford. Don't park too close to the creek; you don't want to impede access to the road. There are signs on...
Box Rd, Bathford, Bath BA1
The Clamp, The Lido, and Whitehouse Farm are all under the control of Alcove Angling. Platform swims for wheelchair users are available in the Clamp at Coalpit Heath. The Fishponds Lido Carp, roach, tench, rudd, and pike may all be found in Bristol, a mixed fisheries lake. A variety of fish inhabit Margaret's lake. An established lake, George's Lake, may be found in the vicinity.All club members are required to assist in the preservation of the natural environment, including wildlife, plants, an...
255 Forest Road, Bristol, BS16 3, Somerset, United Kingdom
Bristol City Docks
Bristol has many attractions, but few are more appealing to anglers than the sight of a vast body of water.The Harbour encompasses a wide region in the heart of the city. This, together with the Feeder Canal's link to the main river, offers a venue with multiple swims for both match and pleasure anglers.Permits may be purchased on the bankside, in tackle stores, or at the Harbour Masters Office, which is located near the reconstructed SS Great Britain.The Docks are 15 feet deep on average. Roach...
118 Northcote Road, Downend, BS16 6, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Bitterwell Lake is a coarse fishing venue located near Bristol. This small, two acre lake is stocked with bream, perch, roach, crucian carp, mirror carp, common carp, carp.
Ram Hill, Bristol, BS36 2, Bristol, United Kingdom