Trentham Estate

Stone Road, Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8JG

Trentham’s lake is a magnet for anglers. There are 55 pegs around over 2 miles of lakeside within Trentham Gardens.

Fish Stocks

Very good stock of mirror, common and ghost carp up to 31lb
Pike up to 22lb
Perch up to 3.6lb
Bream up to 8-9lb
Roach and Rudd.
Last season saw some exceptional fishing by anglers with good catches of all species taken throughout the year, from all around the lake.

Annual Fishing Permit

Fishing at Trentham is only permitted to Annual Fishing Permit holders, we do not offer day tickets.

To become a member, download and complete the form and present it at the management suite, during office hours, with a valid rod licence, two passport photos, and a copy of either a driving license or passport.

Bring the family too!

One adult and one child paying full price fishing membership, entitles the whole family (2 adults and up to 3 children) access to Trentham Gardens for the duration of the fishing permit. For each adult or concession fishing ticket purchased, a partner is entitled to a 50% discount on an Annual Ticket for Trentham Gardens. Be sure to organise your discounted tickets when purchasing or renewing your permit.

We hope this will encourage your family to come to The Trentham Estate and enjoy a relaxing day.

2017 Annual Fishing Permit Prices
Adult £250.00
Concession £230.00
Child (aged under 16 years) £60.00
Disabled Persons £230.00
Parking Permit £10.00 (1 off fee)
All permits run from the date of issue when they were purchased and are valid for 12 months.

For the comfort of all Anglers, season ticket numbers are limited.

Address: Stone Road, Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8JG
Website: http://www.trentham.co.uk/the-trentham-estate

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