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You can fish with us daily from dawn until dusk. Our lakes are open for matches and pleasure anglers.

Tickets to be collected from the Banks for all lakes except Doughnut.

Doughnut Lake tickets can be purchased from Reception.

Please call ahead to book matches – Roger on 07881811691

Email: rwoolhouse@hotmail.com

Day ticket: £7.50 
Summer evening ticket: £5
Season ticket (1st April – 31st March): £150
Please note residents are still required to pay for fishing at the park.

OUR FISH

You’ll see a variety of fish in our lakes, including Mirror Carp, Common Carp, Chub, Barbel, F1s, Ide, Perch, Roach and Tench.

Please read our rulesT

Hanworth Country Park Site Plan

Our Lakes

Doughnut Lake

No. of pegs = 10

Our second smallest lake located next to our glamping pods and surrounded by woodland. A relaxing spot close to nature.

Horseshoe Lake

No. of pegs = 32

One of our larger lakes, and as the name suggests, shaped like a horseshoe. Located in the middle of our park and one of the busier spots.

 

Mallard Lake

No. of pegs = 26

A beautiful lake at a distance from our accommodation dotted with woodland islands.

 

Main Lake

Ornamental Lake

This lake is not open for fishing. Located in the middle of the canal lake and mallard lake, close to our static caravans and luxury lodges. This lake is a beautiful scenic spot for a walk or to sit and take in the surrounding natural beauty.

Conservation Lake

This lake is not currently open for fishing. 

Our smallest lake located in a beautiful, secluded spot, surrounded by fields and woodland. Keep following for updates on when this lake will open for fishing.

Our Fishing Rules

We have 4 Fishing Lakes.

No fish to be killed or removed from the lakes.

Fish must be returned carefully.

Only barbless hooks to be used, max size 12.

Landing nets to be used for all fish.

No keep nets to be used, except in matches.

No meat, floating baits, boilies or hemp to be used.

No braided line to be used.

Health & Safety

1 rod per peg please.
No fishing poles to cross any road or pathway.

No swimming or playing in the lakes.

No night fishing.

No bivvy tents.

Laws & Licenses

All tickets and licenses to be shown upon request.
All bylaws of the Environment Agency to be observed.”