Fishing at Redwell Fisheries Park



  • Cars must be parked in the Angler’s car park near the site entrance
  • Only Members (including Associate Members) are entitled to park in the Members car park at the lake side.
  • Please obtain a ticket before fishing from Reception
  • All Anglers must hold a valid Environment Agency Rod Licence
  • Please dip nets in the dip tanks provided before fishing
  • Bivvies and audible electronic bite alarms are not allowed
  • Barbed hooks, bolt rigs and spinning are not allowed
  • Maximum hook size allowed is size 6
  • floating baits are only permitted with constant vigilence to wildlife
  • Please ensure you remain within arms reach of your rod or remove the terminal tackle/bait from the water
  • Unhooking mats are compulsory
  • Please take all your litter away with you
  • Night fishing is available by prior arrangement for Full Members only
  • The use of Keep nets are not permitted 


Ground bait may be used – a maximum of 1 kilo

No boilies, nuts, blood worm, trout or high oil pellets.  Carp pellets are acceptable.

Touring Caravans at Redwell


This is a small, beautifully situated touring caravan site, with room for 18 caravans.

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Self Catering Apartments

Self Catering

Our self catering apartments are comfortably furnished and centrally heated.

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Fishing at Redwell


The lakes take up about 5 acres and fish have the freedom to swim in any of them.

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We are extremely lucky to have tawny owls nesting on site this year. Follow the progress on We have a camera inside the nest box so keep in touch!

Redwell Wildlife Gallery

At Redwell Fisheries Park, we have easy access to the beautiful Lancashire Coastline, the Yorkshire Dales, and the Lake District all within minutes. Redwell Fisheries Park is uniquely set in its own private valley, and surrounded by miles of open countryside on the doorstep for cycling, fishing, rambling or simply enjoying a bit of quality relaxation time.

The lakes themselves are a fisherman’s paradise, and are well stocked with carp, bream, tench, rudd and many other varieties. Other regular visitors to the park include herons, cormorants, blue jays and lots of other wild birds in addition to the families of ducks resident on the lakes.

Wildlife Gallery

Photographs © Les Thomas & Stephanie Fleig
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