Great Linford Lakes

Wolverton Road, Milton Keynes, MK14 5, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Great Linford Lakes is a very popular fishery, situated by the M1, slightly north of Milton Keynes. The largely carp fishery comprises of nine lakes in total and approx. 2 and a half miles of river.

There are also two day ticket carp fishing lakes at Great Linford and general course fishing is also available. There are several lakes at Great Linford Lakes including:

ALDER A seven acre lake full of features including gravel bars, islands and many overhanging trees and bushes. Arboretum A lake full of bays and channels with lots of overhanging trees. Weed of all type and numerous lily and reed beds. Carp to 35lbs, tench and bream and hordes of roach and perch.

Blackhorse A 30 acre open (and very windy) gravel pit with a few gravel bars and plateau. The Marle Inn (club-house) and tackle shop overlook the lake. Linford One A clear shallow water of 22 acres with widespread weed beds. Carp to just under 40lb with 20+ over 30lb. There are also many large tench and bream, silver fish, pike and perch.

Parc Farm One A small open water of three acres. Although it was drained and netted in spring 2000 there is still a very high stock of carp. Parc Farm Two More sheltered than Parc Farm One with variable weed. Large reed beds is one of the dominant features. Popular with the cat fisherman. Large stock of carp – 15lbs to 18lbs with a few over 20lbs. Catfish to over 60lbs and roach, bream, tench and perch.

Poplar A lake of approximately seven acres with many bays and channels full of reed beds, lilies, overhanging trees and bushes. Carp from 5lb to 25lbs, large bream shoals, tench roach,perch and pike. Redhouse A seventeen acre lake connected to Rocla. Clear and weedy with a wide variety of depths and a mass of features including reed beds, overhanging trees, lilies, bushes and gravel bars. Carp to 28lbs, tench and bream roach, dace, chub, perch and pike. Rocla A thirty acre lake fringed with reeds, trees and bushes. There is also a large island. Carp to 33lbs, plenty of bream, tench and roach and perch and pike.

Carp up to 40lb

Address: Wolverton Road, Milton Keynes, MK14 5, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

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Noah - 20th Jul 2021 at 3:59pm

Is there a age u need to be to fish there


Mr Briggs - 28th Dec 2020 at 5:24pm

Hello. I have just become a member of GLL. I am unsure of what i can do ref the fishing, what i have to do, what i need to do? Can i fish some of the lakes like a day ticket water? Are some of the lakes like a syndicate? I am not sure what this "Debenture" entails. Look forward to your answers. Many thanks Ray.


Darrin price - 10th Aug 2020 at 7:35pm

I am currently working in Milton Keynes. Can i get an evening ticket ?? What are lake rules please. Also what lakes might be available to me and what size fish ? Cheers


Mark - 26th Jul 2020 at 7:35am

Looks a stunning venue. I would love to fish here - how much is a day ticket? And how much is a membership? Thanks


Michael - 23rd May 2020 at 11:31am

how much and how do I become a member ?


Jean lhonore - 15th May 2020 at 9:36am

Is it possible to buy a syndicate membership


Bernard McDermott - 14th Apr 2020 at 4:28pm

I am a debenture holder for Linford lakes, what is our current position.?


Stephanie Dalton - 13rd Apr 2020 at 8:39am

My partner and i regularly fish together, we have no children, do any of these lakes allow bbqs, disposable bbqs or picnics? We are always respectable and take all our rubbish away when we leave, thankyou

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Toby Gill - Reviewed 6th Aug 2021 at 6:28pm

Lovely venue, owner is a nightmare, tried to bum me

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Joe - Reviewed 24th Apr 2021 at 2:40pm

We went to pines at gt linford and beautiful little lake, being the first time being here the staff was rude as hell wasn't helpful at all. We were given pegs which we found to be flooded, this should of been known in advance by the bailiff. kept checking on us, the rules went explained in detail. So we got asked to leave because of the baiting rules.

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