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Starting from January 9th 2023, if you are looking to enjoy a fishing break with a little extra comfort than your night bivvy, why not book one of our fantastic TreeHuts! Bring your own bedding. We have four huts available for a minimum of 2 night stays from as little as £110 (24 hour fishing passes are included in the cost)
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Please note that the fishing lakes will not be open from November 1st and will reopen January 9th 2023. ( You can still fish if you are staying with us and have purchased a Fish While You Stay pass)
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We love to welcome fishing fans to Fairwood Lakes and are proud to have a loyal band of regulars who return time and again. Our lakes have been here for over 25 years and are well stocked with many varieties of Silverfish and Carp. Feedback from those who fish say the location is peaceful.
Our day ticket costs £11 and this is from 8am until 6pm. We can sell our extended ticket from 8am to 9pm for £14. Night fishing needs to be pre-booked and paid for by card if possible at £25 for 24 hours. You can pre-select your 24 hour slot – just call us for availability on 01373 826792.
When fishing, you will have access to your own toilets by the lakes, and our cafe offers a fantastic full English breakfast, takeaway rolls, sandwiches and hot brews to keep you refuelled.
You can fish directly off the floating lodge, but access is restricted on the other lodge balconies.
Every guest staying at Fairwood Lakes can enjoy unlimited fishing with a £25 Fish While You Stay pass. Whether you’re staying in a hot tub lodge, pitched up or glamping on site, an unlimited fishing pass is the perfect addition to your lakeside stay. Simple add the Fish While You Stay pass when you book online. Every rod/angler requires a pass.
Here is a list of fish in our lakes.
When silver fishing nets of over 8lb are common when pleasure fishing.
Good baits include maggot,sweetcorn and bread punch, bread and chopped worm. We don’t allow barbed hooks and all fish nets should be sanitised prior to use.