Copse Road, Fleetwood, FY7 7, Lancs, United Kingdom
Situated in Fleetwood, Lancashire, Fleetwood Reservoir is a tranquil location that offers a good day’s sport to both the novice and more seasoned angler. The water has a total of 35 platforms, with 3 of them being built specifically for the disabled and elderly angler. State of the art aerators have been fitted to keep oxygen levels at a high level. As a result of this, fish are kept in prime condition. Stock levels are checked regularly, and the waters are home to a healthy variety of Carp, Bream, Tench, Roach and Perch. Despite a reputation for being rather elusive, anglers have also reported catching the occasional Pike. Children under the age of 12 are permitted to fish, however they must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
What size do the fish go to?
Tench and Bream tend to average between 5-8lbs. Carp generally come in at around 15lbs, with the occasional large Pike being landed at 20lbs.
What tactics work well?
Using a feeder with worms or sweetcorn is very effective. Pellets and boilies should be utilised during the warmer months. Anglers have also found that using luncheon meat can yield fantastic results.
What facilities are on site?
Clean and accessible toilet facilities are available on location.
Is parking available?
There are ample safe and secure car parking spaces.