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Trebellan Park is ideal for the keen fishing folk with our three established coarse fishing lakes within the boundaries of our park. Flanked by mature woodland they are a great place to unwind and enjoy the peace and tranquillity whilst testing your skills. The lakes are well stocked with large Carp, Tench and Silver Rudd.

Fishing is permitted from 7am until dusk all year. Our bottom lakes are stocked with Carp up to 30lbs with the top lake with fish up to 20lbs. Our lakes offer match free fishing (except the odd charity match).

Fishing Permits

Trebellan’s fishing permits are available to all at Trebellan Park Lakes, not just Park residents. Permits can be obtained from the reception or on the banks of the lakes. Season tickets are available and we offer reduced weekly and two weekly rates for Park guests.

Fishermen do need a general fishing licence to fish at Trebellan Lakes. These are issued by the environment agency and can be bought from any post offiice. Our lakes are checked by the authorities and failure to produce a licence could result in a fine or worse!

Fishing permit prices

Day tickets are available at £6 for 1 rod and £10 for two rods per person per day for all 12 years and above (under 12s are free). We offer a reduced weekly and two weekly rate for all park guests. Season tickets are also available, please call for details.

Our fishing rules

We have a few simple rules that we ask you to observe at all times:-

  • No night fishing
  • Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
  • All fish returned to the water ALIVE
  • No keep nets
  • Barbless hooks only
  • Landing nets must be used
  • No ground baiting
  • No cat or dog meat
  • All people using the lakes do so at their own risk.

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