Ince Park, Lancashire WN2 2, United Kingdom
Located in Ince Park, Lancashire, Ince Park Lake is a quaint location that offers excellent fishing to anglers of all abilities. The total area of the water is quite small at only ¼ of an acre. However, this does not impact on either the fishing or features.
Surrounded by mature trees, anglers are offered privacy as well as full shelter from the elements. Furthermore, the long reeds and woodland areas provide ideal homes for a number of wildlife species. There are many spacious swims available, with several of them being fully accessible to disabled anglers.
Fishing is permitted from dawn until dusk and day tickets can be purchased from Wigan and District Angling Association.
What size do the fish go to?
The waters are healthily stocked with Bream, Tench, Perch and Roach which weigh between 2 and 8lbs. Furthermore, Carp are frequently caught in double figures, with the larger specimen exceeding 20lbs.
What tactics work well?
Standard still water methods typically work well. Additionally, utilising pellets and boilies during warmer periods helps to entice larger Carp. Also, Worms, sweetcorn and luncheon meat are all popular choices of bait.
What facilities are on site?
There are a number of shops on the perimeter of the park as well as a café on site. Moreover, clean and accessible toilet facilities are open to visitors.
Is parking available?
Safe and secure is available on location.