Colwick Country Park Trout Fishery


Mile End Rd, Colwick, Nottingham NG4 2DW, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Situated on the outskirts of Nottingham city, Colwick County Park Trout Fishery is accessible via public transport and located on one of the region’s key cycle routes. The main entrance to the site is off Mile End Road, Colwick Village, on River Road. This park offers free entry, but there is a barrier charge for cars at River Road.

This fishery is popular for coarse fishing and trout fishing. It boasts a huge stock of brown and rainbow trout. Various tickets are available from the lodge.

Aside from fishing, this site is also perfect for various recreational activities such as bird watching, cycling, geocaching, horse riding, orienteering, swimming (by prior arrangement only), walking and wildlife photography. It is also a popular spot for adventure, parkrun and ranger led activities.

The smaller west lake is used for canoeing, coarse fishing and sailing by the Adventure Centre.

Their popular marina is only accessible for boat owners. It has moorings for up to 224 craft and currently managed by wardens.

What size do the fish go to?

The smaller west lake is stocked up with carp that weigh up to 36 lbs.

What tactics work well?

We couldn’t find any information about the tactics that work well for fishing on this site.

What facilities are on site?

This fishery boasts a 65-acre main lake and a 24-acre west lake. Other facilities on site include car park, educational amenities, marina, playground for toddlers to 10-year-olds and wildlife areas.

Their marina facilities include gated entrance with key access for boat owners for added security, pump out, slippage, toilets and waste disposal.

Is parking available?

There is paid car parking available on site. There are two free car parks at the end of Racecourse road, past Nottingham Racecourse and Colwick Hall Hotel off Daleside Road East (adjacent to the Starting Gate Public house).

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