Extending to 9.3 acres (3.7ha) Little Moulsham is a mature, tree-lined former gravel pit with three islands and is set in 13.2 acres (5.3ha). Located to the north of Yateley, it is approximately 16 miles east of Basingstoke, 13 miles south of Reading and 16 miles west of the M25. Junction 4a of the M3 is approximately four miles away. Fishing is currently accessible on three sides of the lake as overhead power lines restrict angling on the other bank.
Little Moulsham historically contained a small number of specimen carp as well as a number of other coarse fish species, notably a large stock of tench and specimen crucian carp. The fishery has the benefit of an area of hard standing, which could be used as a car park for up to 12 vehicles.
Reepham Fishery at Reepham near Norwich is one of Norfolk's premier commercial coarse fisheries with three lakes, an owners' residence, four holiday chalets and two caravans set on a total site area of approximately nine acres. The current owners have carried out extensive improvements over the last nine years to create a popular venue for both day ticket fishing and fishing holidays.
Woodington and Whinwhistle are two of Hampshire's most popular fisheries, comprising a coarse fishery with five lakes, a trout fishery with three lakes, fishing on the River Blackwater, Romsey Bait and Tackle Shop, cafe, owners' accommodation and a caravan site set in total area of approximately 31 acres (12.5ha). Available as a whole or in two lots.
The Holmbrook Beat offers a total of about 730 yards of double bank and 1,050 yards of single bank fishing on one of Cumbria's renowned rivers together with sporting rights over 52 acres of woodland and agricultural land. The River Irt is a relatively short spate within Cumbria which is well known for its superb salmon and trout fishing. The Holmrook Beat is a productive stretch with 16 named pools which hold varying numbers of salmon and sea trout at certain times of the season.
Gorsty Hall Fishery has been established over the past 40 years as a commercial coarse fishery. The Main Lake, also known as Balterley Mere, formed part of the grounds of the former Gorsty Hall Hotel which was demolished. The fishery extends to approximately eight acres (3.2ha) and has the benefit of two fishing lakes and a well established profitable business. A planning application has been submitted for a cabin style facilities building to incorporate a shop/cafe and toilets.
Lonsdale Park is an exclusive unspoilt country estate which offers quality fishing holidays and is set in approximately 27 acres (11ha) of mature secluded countryside. The fishery comprises an owner's/manager's residence, 17 holiday letting units, four attractive well stocked lakes, a tackle shop and cafe, children's play area and storage buildings/workshop. Lonsdale Park has been developed by the current owners into one of the best fishing holiday destinations in the north.
Woodlands Farm is an attractive and established commercial day ticket coarse fishery in an excellent location extending to 8.4 acres (3.3ha). The fishery is located approximately half a mile from Junction 30 of the M1 and 18 miles from Sheffield and comprises three lakes. It has consent for a single storey facilities building extending to 75ft x 30ft. The steel frame for this has been erected and further construction works are ongoing. The three mature day ticket lakes extend to a total of 2.3 acres (0.9ha).
Pilsworth Fishery is an established and profitable coarse fishing business extending to 30.5 acres (12.3ha). The fishery comprises three lakes, a stock pond, grazing land and planning permission for a facilities building with bailiff's accommodation.
A relatively undeveloped site extending to 4.3 acres with newly excavated lakes, which have not been stocked, situated in a restored former sand quarry. The lakes have planning permission for a 250sq/m car park, a 40sq/m log cabin office/store room, facilities building and an improved access. A further 0.3 acres of land is available with planning permission for a 200sq/m café/restaurant overlooking the Leeds Liverpool Canal.
Wilden Pool Fishery extends to approximately nine acres (3.6ha) and is managed as a day ticket coarse fishery. The 50 peg lake extends to 5.6 acres (2.3ha) and is stocked with a mix of coarse fish including carp to 25lbs. The fishery is a popular match venue with summer match weights regularly exceeding 100lbs. In addition there is a one bedroomed temporary mobile home dwelling which overlooks the lake.
A rare opportunity to acquire a beat on the River Brit with approximately 370 metres of single bank fishing just outside Bridport. Although the Brit is relatively unknown, this stretch is regarded as being the best fishing on the river being the first non-tidal beat but being below the town water.