Redhill Fishery


Wonastow Rd, Monmouth, Wales NP25 4DN, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Redhill Fishery Ideally situated near the town of Monmouth, offers excellent fishing opportunities. Both recreational and competitive anglers frequent Redhill because of its long history and renowned reputation. In its five lakes, all located in a tranquil and picturesque environment it provides anglers of all skill levels with access to a diverse selection of fishing opportunities. These are the lakes:

Penny’s is a 40-peg lake created in 2007, and stocked with a wide variety of fish species. These fish include Common Carp, F1s, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Barbel, Chub, and Bream. Golden Tench are also present. Depths range from 2 feet to 14 feet.

One of the original pools at Redhill, Sophie’s features 21 pegs and is a favorite of a large number of anglers. It is home to a sizeable population of Mirror and Common carp that reach double digits, as well as Tench, Roach, and Rudd that are all of a respectable size.

Molly’s features stocks of Common and Mirror Carp, Ghost Carp to 12 lbs., and skimmer Bream. The venue has 21 fishing pegs.

The original pool at Redhill, Tilly’s features over 30 fishing pegs and is home to specimen carp weighing in excess of 20 pounds, in addition to quality tench, roach, rudd, bream, and chub. Depths of the pegs range from 4 to 12 feet.

Micky’s has only thirteen fishing pegs and is home to some nice Tench, and a very healthy supply of prime carp weighing up to seven pounds. It is situated in picturesque surroundings and is ideal for the angler who prefers to take a more relaxed approach to their sport.

What size do the fish go to?

Specimen carp weighs in excess of 20lb

Ghost Carp to 12 lbs

What tactics work well?

Long pole is usually the most productive method, the feeder and pellet waggler can produce good catches.

What facilities are on site?


Light refreshments

Bait shop

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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