Bradeley Hall Rd, Crewe CW1 5QN, United Kingdom
Bradeley Hall Fishing Pool is an idyllic fishing lake just outside of Crewe. It is a mature lake of about one and a half acres in size that promises a good day’s fishing for anyone that loves to catch a mixed bag. This isn’t a lake for the carp anglers, but the match or pole angler will love it. There is every chance of catching a good weight of fish at Bradeley Hall Fishing Pool over the session, and there are plenty of big species that will be a nice surprise along the way.
What size do the fish go to?
The carp grow to about 16lbs in Bradeley Hall Fishing Pool. There aren’t too many carp in this lake, but there are a good few double-figure carp to catch. There are also some nice tench in this lake and some bream that are brilliant fun to catch too. Of course, there is always plenty of roach and rudd to full your keepnet with too.
What tactics work well?
We would strongly suggest a two swim approach at Bradeley Hall Fishing Pool. Fish into the middle of the lake at first, either with a float rod or a feeder rod. Bait this swim nicely with maggots, corn and some good quality groundbait. Also, bait a margin swim throughout the day. Once the fishing has dried up in the middle, go to your margin swim, there will still be plenty to catch there.
What facilities are on site?
No facilities that we know of.
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.