Highfield Fisheries Lancashire


Ghants Ln, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire FY6 9DG, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Highfield Fishery, which opened in July 2003  is located in the beautiful rural village of Hambleton in the county of Lancashire, close to the Wyre River and midway between the cities of Lancaster and Blackpool.

George Wilson and his team who manage the fishery, have more than 30 years of experience between them in fishery management. The fishery consists of three spectacularly landscaped lakes, each of which has purpose-made permanent pegs, and several of which are designed to accommodate anglers with disabilities.

Oak is the largest lake on the complex, with 42 pegs available; Beech is the medium lake, with 35 pegs; and Ash is the smallest and deepest with 20 pegs.

Carp, bream, tench, perch, and roach are present in each of the lakes. Beech lake is also home to some impressively sized ide, in addition to specimens of barbel, perch, and Crucians. Oak produces healthy weights of skimmers as well as F1’s.

What size do the fish go to?

There are good bags of double figure carp up to 26lb.

Ide can go above 2lb, while Barbel can go up to 6lbs.

What tactics work well?

General coarse fishing tactics will give the desired results.

What facilities are on site?

Snack bar

Toilet facilities

Is parking available?

Yes, parking that can accommodate a total of 60 cars is available.

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