• Bait Box

Tactics and Rules




As a general rule maggots, sweetcorn and bread punch work well in the winter.A huge variety of baits work well in the summer:

  • Bread crusts and dog biscuits as floating bait together with: 
  • Flavoured meat (tandoori)
  • Luncheon meat
  • Pellet paste (cheese and curry)
  • Banded pellets
  • Liquidised bread
  • Liquidised sweetcorn
  • Chopped worms
  • Old faithfuls - maggots, sweetcorn, bread punch
  • Cat food
  • Cockles
  • Macaroni cheese
  • Baked beans
  • Anything smelly from your fridge that will stay on your hook!

Feed the swim little and often.

Fish lighter than you think you need to for best results



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The main rule is COMMON SENSE but please read on

  • The lakes are open from dawn to dusk - no night fishing
  • Please treat fish and other anglers with respect
  • Before you start to fish you must have:

Barbless hooks

A disgorger

A fish-friendly landing net capable of holding a 10lb+ fish

A landing mat to place the fish on whilst you de-hook it to avoid damaging the fish.  You must not place any fish directly on to the grass, ground or swim even if it's in a landing net.  

  • Fish friendly keep nets only. It is compulsory to use two keep nets when fishing in a match. Large and small fish must be kept separately to avoid the smaller ones from becoming crushed. We ask that pleasure fishermen either use two separate nets or decide only to keep small or large fish in a keep net.
  • No boilies, dried nuts or bloodworm - boilies can affect the water quality; dried nuts can swell inside fish and kill them; bloodworm can carry fish diseases
  • All other baits limited to a maximum of 1kg
  • Do not throw surplus bait into the lakes, bin it or take it home
  • No rod to be left unattended
  • No braided line
  • No stalking of fish, you must fish from a peg
  • 14's and under MUST be accompanied by an adult, unless a valid season ticket holder
  • No dogs
  • No alcohol
  • Please don't feed the wildfowl
  • LITTER: It is a criminal offence to leave litter (including cigarette ends), please use bins provided. Please be particularly careful with discarded line/hooks as this can cause serious injury to wildlife. Bulky items such as chairs, fishing rods, umbrellas, etc must be taken home or to your nearest recycling centre
  • All visitors, their vehicles and possessions are permitted on the premises entirely at their own risk.
  • No moaning!


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    Covid Update: 23rd July 2021

    Restrictions have now ended but things will carry on pretty much the same here.  We'll be leaving our hand sanitising stations in place, continuing with our usual cleaning routine, asking you to continue to use your common sense and remember to be kind!


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  • The complex consists of five lakes, 137  swims
  • Heavily stocked, large variety of coarse fish
  • Day tickets £8 Adults, £6 Junior/OAP/Disabled (we do not charge for extra rods)
  • Open dawn to dusk, 365 days of the year (no night fishing)
  • Two beautiful self-catering holiday cottages converted from a 300 year-old stone barn
  • Spacious campsite with electric hook ups
  • Toilets & showers
  • Lakeside car parking
  • Match rates - concessions available
  • Tiffin Cafe at Bullock Farm


We pride ourselves on our friendly welcome and look forward to seeing you soon.

Phil & Jude Simmons





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  • Cottage great, fishing superb, great choice of lakes, good facilities, lovely surrounding area. Really look forward to returning again soon.

    Reuben Naish

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  • We had a lovely time in the Six House. Everyone was friendly and helpful, facilities were great. We would recommend the site to anglers and campsite users too.

    Nick & Libby

  • A massive hit with local anglers and holidaying visitors

    The Angling Times

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A relaxed camping trip, a stay in one of our cosy cottages - come to fish our lovely lakes or explore the local area.