Princes Park

Prince Park Farm, St. Wenn, PL30 5PD, Cornwall, United Kingdom

Prince Park Lake is a half acre pond located near Bodmin, St. Wenn in Cornwall. The lake contains a variety of coarse fish including Crucian Carp to over 3lb, Common to 9lb, Tench, Roach, Bream to 4lb and Golden Rudd. 

Carp to over 3lb

Address: Prince Park Farm, St. Wenn, PL30 5PD, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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Adrian Ellis - 28th Jul 2021 at 9:14am

Do you accept day ticket fisherman and how much does it cost?.


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John Thursfield - 27th Nov 2018 at 7:01pm

Dear Sir or madam just enquiring if you do Day tickets at the lake and could you please email me a copy of your rules and regulations., and Daily costs. Yours John Thursfield


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Steve John - Reviewed 2nd Aug 2021 at 12:38pm

Haven't visited since my last report a year ago so I jumped in the car a few weeks back to check out whether the place had re-opened for fishing. The rope was still stretched across the car park entrance so assume its still closed though couldn't see any sign so assume it is. Does anyone know?


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Steven John - Reviewed 7th Aug 2020 at 5:59am

I emailed the owner a month ago to enquire the pond was open for fishing. I didn't get a reply so I went along yesterday evening and a role was stretched across the entrance so I assume it's closed


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Steven John - Reviewed 12nd Jul 2020 at 5:54pm

This hidden little pond is local to where I live and can be quite hard to find. Once there it's very peaceful and relaxing with a beautiful back drop of mature trees. It has a small unmade up car park. The banks are all grass - no paved footpaths - and some are quite steep too. The pond is well stocked with various species of carp including an ornamental variety plus some tench, bream, and the usual roach, rudd and hybrids. Floating bread is especially successful, though the larger carp (largest I've had in 7 years from there was just under 10 pounds) are pretty wise and canny when surface feeding! I love it for the solitude though it is getting more and more popular and it's easy to see that many of the fish have been caught several times! Certainly makes a welcome change for the commercial fisheries which I'm more then glad to leave to the holidaymakers!


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ian fleck - Reviewed 25th Jun 2018 at 8:06pm

surely thats a barbel


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