Mere Lane Fishery


Mere Farm, Mere Brow, Tarleton, Lancashire PR4 6JU, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Mere Lane Fishery is a family-run business located on farmland in the heart of West Lancashire, in a small village called Mere Brow, Tarleton. The business was established in 1989 and is now in its third generation. Anglers can take advantage of the following four well-stocked lakes in the area –

Specimen Lake-Two islands with sand/gravel bars in each corner define this lake, which has 15 individual pegs, two of which are specifically designated for the elderly or disabled angler. The lake is stocked with Mirror and Common Carp, Roach, Golden Orfe, and Perch, amongst other fish species. Due to the presence of the establishment’s very own Percy the Sturgeon, who has been known to catch fish weighing up to 33 pounds, this lake has become particularly popular.

The Old Coarse Lake- The Old Coarse Lake was the first lake that Mere Lane Fishery built and opened to the public. It has curved banking and a small island in the middle, which makes it unique and  extremely popular with recreational anglers. Carp, Crucians, Roach, Bream, Tench, Perch, Orfe, and Rudd are among the many species of fish in the lake. There are a number of club matches held on the lake throughout the year,

Silvers Lake is a canal-shaped lake popular for its silver fish population. The canal has 16 pegs, some of which have been specially designed for diasbled anglers.  It is a fantastic lake for anglers of all ages, and  well stocked with Crucian Carp, Rudd, Tench, Bream, Skimmers, and a variety of other species.  

Doughnut Lake, is a circular canal with an island in the middle and 25 individual pegs, five of which are adapted for disabled anglers. Carp, tench, bream, roach, barbel, Ide, Chubb, and perch are among the many species found in the lake

What size do the fish go to?

Carp 19lb, Sturgeon 33lb

What tactics work well?

Fishing rod, line, and bait

What facilities are on site?

Farmhouse, Toilets

Is parking available?

Yes parking is available at every lake

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