AddressDormston, Worcester WR7 4JS, United Kingdom
Halfpenny Green, in Dormston, Worcestershire, is home to Coppice Lakes, a 4-acre lake with depths to 8 feet excavated in 1990 and owned by Birmingham AA. At this mixed fishery, there are approximately fifty different swims for anglers to explore. Carp, bream, tench, rudd, roach, perch, gudgeon, and skimmers are the most common species of fish found in the lake.
Leave the M5 at Junction 6 and get on the A4538 heading in the direction of Evesham if you want to visit the fishery. At the second roundabout, take the exit for the A422 heading in the direction of Stratford, and continue on this road for approximately four miles.
Continue on for another 0.75 miles after passing the first turn for Dorms on (signed Dormston), which is located at the Red Hart Inn. After about 400 yards, you will see the access gate on the right, which you can get to by taking the second turn after the sign that says “Dormston.” It is imperative that you keep all gates closed.
What size do the fish go to?
The stocks are extremely impressive, with carp weighing 30 pounds, bream weighing 6 pounds, perch weighing 4 pounds, and roach weighing 3 pounds.
What tactics work well?
Larger boilies are recommended for bigger carp. Roach are cracking fish that can be caught by pole fishing with caster, maggot, or soft pellet, which also make for excellent pleasure fishing catches. If you fish with a small feeder or the pole and include some chopped worm in your bait, you will increase your chances of catching bream. Although lobworm has produced the majority of the large perch, it is highly recommended that you also try prawns.
What facilities are on site?
Food outlets nearby
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.