Adamsfield Fishery

Adamsfield Farm, Launceston, PL15 8UD, Cornwall, United Kingdom

Adamsfield Fishery is located in the North Cornish countryside. The fishery consists of over three and half acres of spring fed lakes offering a wide variety of coarse fish and wildlife. The fishery is away from the main roads but the bustling towns of Launceston, Camelford and Bude are just a short drive away. The fishery is set in thirteen acres of pastureland and many different varieties of wildlife can be found here. There are two cabins and one caravan available for hire. There are three lakes all fed by spring water on the land. Each lake has its own islands which provide plenty of pockets of fish which are within easy casting from the margins. The depths of the lakes vary between 2ft at the edges to over 14ft in the deepest parts. All the lakes are easily accessible and all the pegs are a generous size to enable the angler to set up equipment comfortably. There is space behind most of the pegs to accommodate shelters for when night fishing is available. On the lower match lake there is disabled access to two of the pegs. These pegs can be pre-booked if required. Adamsfield has a good range of coarse fish, including mirror, crucian, ghost and common carp, tench, bream, golden rudd and some good sized perch. A good number of the carp are in double figures and provide for some exciting fishing. This year there are carp being caught with weights ranging from 1lb to 30lb and the silver fish are about in large numbers.

Address: Adamsfield Farm, Launceston, PL15 8UD, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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Dorothy - 18th Jun 2021 at 6:43pm

Could you tell me if you are open for fishing and can you do day fishing please

PHIL RENDLE - replied on 4th Jul 2021 at 1:10pm

They have closed for good Dorothy


Daniel Cole - 5th Nov 2020 at 2:33am

Are you open please

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