Coombe Country Park

Coombe Country Park, Binley, CV3 2AB, Warks, United Kingdom

Coombe Pool Fishery is now open for the season. Season tickets are available and can be purchased from the Information Centre within the Visitor Centre.Please note you will need two passport photos and a current rod licence in order to purchase a season ticket.
Coombe Pool Fishery is a mature estate lake covering 80 acres set in a beautiful 400 acre Country Park.
You can relax in the stunning surroundings of historic Coombe
Country Park while you fish the spectacular lake, which was originally
designed as part of the landscape by Capability Brown. The lake is part
of the designated Site of Special Scientific Interest which covers the
Heronry and protected woodland that line one side of the lake. It is now
home to a wealth of wildlife and is an attraction all year round.Matches are traditionally won with large bags of bream averaging around
70lb taken on the feeder. Increasing amounts of matches are being won
with bags of skimmer and roach on the pole. Catches of up to 35lb of
small fish are becoming common. Telephone to find out more about
matches. The match record is 142lb!There are 140 bookable pegs. 40 pegs can be reserved for booked matches
only. Tackle carriers for pegs 1- 40 on public bank are available. Ample car parking is available close to the pegs, and part of the bank
side is accessible to people with disabilities. Arrangements can be made
for anglers in wheelchairs to be transported to the pegs, 48 hours
notice must be given. Please call 024 7645 3720 to make arrangements.http://www.coventry.gov.uk/info/2000675/coombe_country_park/503/coombe_country_park_fishery

Address: Coombe Country Park, Binley, CV3 2AB, Warks, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.coventry.gov.uk/coombe

Get directions

Nearby lakes

We have 31 fisheries listed within Warwickshire.

View all

Fishery questions

Got a question related to this fishery?

Reviews

Submit a review

Your rating
Submit

Catch reports

Share to

Join our NEW community forum!
Have you got a fishery related question? Why not put it out to our growing community.

Local fisheries