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You'll be hooked on fishing in Lancashire. Whether you are a seasoned pro with rod and line or just starting out, Lancashire’s the place to be for a great angling break. The county is an angler’s paradise – whether your sport is coarse or game fishing.
From a relaxing day surrounded by stunning countryside to the thrill of a match competition, angling in Lancashire provides it all. And with many of the county’s wonderful fisheries also offering on-site accommodation you can easily combine a short break with your sport.
The River Ribble is acclaimed as one of the best fishing rivers in England. There is quality fish to be caught in its middle and lower reaches – with big barbel and chub waiting to challenge your skills with rod and line. There are numerous day ticket coarse fisheries along the river, with safe secure parking, where you can catch anything from roach to monster carp.The Ribble and its trout and salmon also provide fine sport for game anglers and its main tributary, the Hodder is well-known for its sea trout.
Further north, sea trout, trout and salmon can be found in both the River Lune and the Wyre. Away from the riverbank Lancashire has some of the finest fisheries in the land, including Stocks Reservoir at the head of the Hodder Valley – the largest fishery in the north west of England.
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The lake is open every day 9.00 am till dusk, day tickets are available at the Lake at Cleveley Mere, a beautifully peaceful 24acre lake surrounded by fields and woodland adjoining the River Wyre.
Forrest Hills is a small, family-run, diversified farm business. It offers facilities for meetings, training and conferences, as well as for pay and play golf and fly fishing.
A delightful spring and river fed fly fishery, surrounded by beautiful countryside on the edge of the Forest of Bowland.
Stocks Reservoir is the largest fishery in the north west of England. It offers fly fishermen superb quality trout, a setting of natural beauty and a friendly atmosphere.
Cycle hire with excellent access to the Lancashire Coastal Way and surrounding routes. Escorted cycling tours available on request. Two three acre on site fishing lakes with a good selection of coarse fish and carp
West Bradford Road, Clitheroe
Ribble Trust aims to enhance the water environments of the Ribble Catchment for the benefit of current and future generations.
Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre
Our six, 4* self catering cottages, offer an excellent standard of accommodation with our own three acre fishing lake and cycling facilities onsite. We also offer golf, quad biking, archery, clay pigeon shooting and microlighting close by.
Blackpool Wake Park offers a variety of water sport activities, with free car parking and lakeside cafe.
Bank House Fly Fishery in Caton, near Lancaster, Bigger pools, new deep areas, redirected water flow and new fishing points, resulting in a fishery where you can fish in privacy, away from other anglers.
This region has a lot to offer, not only to those who are lucky enough to live here but also, the visiting fly fisher.