Salt Marsh Lane, Hambleton, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire FY6 9EL, United Kingdom
Situated in the quaint village of Hambleton, Lancashire, Hambleton Fisheries presents an ideal venue for both beginners and the more seasoned angler. The site has a total of 4 lakes, with a further 2 expected to open in the future once matured. The venue has been purposely landscaped to suit the day ticket fisher and has kept its natural feel unlike some other commercial fisheries. There are a wide selection of swims to choose from, all of which boast a variety of fishing features. Furthermore, many of the pegs are fully accessible to the disabled and elderly angler.
Despite not being specimen lakes, all of the waters are healthily stocked with Carp, Barbel, Bream, Roach and Chudd.
What size do the fish go to?
Roach, Chudd, Bream and Tench tend to come in between 2-8lbs. Barbel have frequently been landed at 12lbs as well as large Carp at 20lbs.
What tactics work well?
Making use of a feeder with worms or sweetcorn tends to entice the larger Carp. During the warmer months, anglers tend to utilise pellets and boilies.
What facilities are on site?
Clean and accessible toilet facilities are available on location.
Is parking available?
There are ample safe and secure parking spaces on site.