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How much does it cost to Fish When Staying Here?
The Cost of Fishing when staying in our on-site Holiday Accommodation for Trout, Carp & Coarse Fish
Updated: 01st, April 2017
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• Fishing Times are from Sunrise to Sunset - just go fishing and Bill will catch up with you when he does his daily walk-around to see how you are doing. Bill, usually helps every angler to improve their fishing with his many useful tips.

Coarse Fishing - Day Tickets

Typical of a summer evenings fishing at Nineoaks

£7.00 - 1 rod per day.

£8.00 - 2 rods per day.

Junior (under 12) £4.00.

All tickets allow fishing on any coarse lake.

Weekly Ticket £40.00 - 1 rod each day.

Weekly Ticket £50.00 - 2 rods each day.

You are not restricted to continuous fishing, a couple of hours in the morning, then out with the family, then more fishing on your return is still covered by your "day ticket".

Coarse Fishing - Night Tickets

£18.00 per night (24 hours), by arrangement only.

For Night Fishing the price per person is for two rods. For safety reasons there must be a minimum of 2 Anglers.

Here you can find more about Night Fishing.

Trout Fishing - Day Tickets

There are plenty more Trout like this 3lb'er?

All Trout fishing is Fly ONLY with a single Fly, no droppers.

During July & August only we allow worming or spinning for catch & take fishing.

Due to the ever rising cost of Trout we have reluctantly increased the price of taking fish by £1 per Trout, thus:-

Catch & Release, 4 hours fishing £12 (return all fish, no limit).

First 2 fish or 4 hours fishing £20.

First 3 fish or 6 hours fishing £26.

First 4 fish or 8 hours fishing £32.

Any Additional fish taken at £7 each.

After reaching your limit provided you de-barb you will be allowed to continue fishing on a catch and release basis for the same number of fish as your ticket. i.e paid for 3 takeable fish then a maximum of 3 fish "catch and release" during the remainder of your time limit.

Where ever possible all "Catch and Release" Trout are not to be taken out of the water, please un-hook them in the water.

Sport ticket on a "catch and release" basis is 4 hours fishing using a single fly and barbless or de-barded hooks only £10. All fish to be un-hooked in the water please.

All Trout fishing single fly only and no droppers or boobies.

All tickets allow fishing on any of our 3 Trout lakes. However, from time to time one lake will be designated and sign posted as "Catch & Release" only. Please comply with this notice.

Equipment Hire

Landing Net £1.00

Coarse rod, disgorger and Landing net £5.00. Should you lose or damage a disgorger or float you will be charged £1 for each item.

Trout rod, line and leader and Landing net + 6 flies £5.00. Should you lose a fly you will be charged 50p for each fly lost. You are welcome to change the flies at no additional cost, and also no cost for an additional leader.

Brollies at £2 each per day.

A £5 deposit is required on all items. The cost of any breakages or lost items will be deducted from the deposit.

Tuition Both Trout and Coarse fishing tuition is available for beginners and the advanced angler.

Here you can find more about Fishing Tuition.

Code of Good Practice Ensure careful handling of fish at all times. No walking about carrying any fish at any time.

No standing when taking your "fishy" pictures; Please kneel and preferably over an un-hooking mat or long grass.

Wherever possible please unhook your fish in the landing net held between your knees. If you must unhook fish on the ground we insist on a carp mat being used.

Landing nets supplied by yourselves must be of a suitable size and of Carp friendly material. All personal nets must be dipped for at least 10 minutes in the disinfectant tubs provided before rinsing them? The best way of doing this is - put them in the tubs as soon as you arrive, before doing anything else; Them when you have finished faffing about, collecting your gear, choosing a peg etc., 10 minutes will have passed easily!

Please ensure that feed/groundbaits are only used in moderation?

Please clear away any rubbish into the bins provided around the fishery before leaving your peg?

Plastic chairs are available f.o.c, please return them to the main gate at the end of your session.

Here you can read the Fishery's Rules.

How to Identify your catch and learn some useful facts on all species of Fresh Water Fish:

Click here to learn about identifying Fresh Water Fish.


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