Fylde Trout Fishery is the only dedicated Fly Fishery on the Fylde Coast.
A beautiful clear fishing lake, regularly re-stocked with hard fighting Rainbow, Blue & Brown Trout.
Sizes range to up to 7lbs, although the average size is around 2lbs.
A perfect spot if you’re in to your Fly Fishing and free when you’re camping with us (you’ll just need your own fly fishing equipment and a license – which can be bought from here).
But don't worry if you're not camping with us, you're welcome to buy a day ticket and visit anytime.
Day Ticket Tariff:
4 Hours Sporting - £13... Most Popular
4 Hours keeping 1 Fish - £16
6 Hour Sporting - £17
6 Hours keeping 2 Fish - £19... Very Popular
8 Hours Sporting - £20
8 Hours keeping 4 Fish - £26
Membership is available for £30 per calendar month (includes 2 fish per month to keep). This can be paid directly to staff or by using the brown envelopes in the fishing cabin - just be sure to write your name on the envelope and 'monthly fee'.
Next Stocking Due: Late March 2019
Last stocking: 1st February 2019
Mid November 2018
Late September 2018
Mid May 2018
Mid / late March 2018
Early Feb 2018
COMPETITION: SUNDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2019 - 9AM - 1PM.
Catch the most fish competition - £50 first place. Free months membership (worth £30) for second place.
Entry £15 - or £10 for members.
Free brews and bacon butties for all.
Rules to be given out on the morning. Pegs system in place and 30min timer per peg.
Provisional Date of Next Competition: Sunday 7th April
The lake is surrounded by wildlife and has been planted with native trees and hedges to blend in with the surrounding countryside.
This helps with the fly life.
We also place barley bales in cages in the lake to keep it nice and clear.
The lake and grounds are well manintained for an enjoyable fishing experience.
It’s not unusual to see wild deer as well as the usual suspects (rabbits, squirrels, pheasants, and a large selection of birds including; kingfishers, hawks, and owls).
Or, if you're in to coarse fishing, we have a highly recommended fishery within walking distance: Whitmore