Tan House Farm Lake


Tanhouse Lane, Yate, BS37 7QL, South Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Found on the edge of the Cotswold just 45 minutes from Bristol and Gloucester, the Tan House Farm Lake offers plenty of coarse fishing excitement. The regency towns of Bath and Cheltenham are also nearby, giving this idyllic spot the perfect location for exploration and adventure.

Tan House Farm is a quarter mile of lake, shaped like a canal in a quiet location. That tranquility makes passing the time at this lake a real treat for anglers looking to get away from it all.

Visitors can purchase day tickets from the farm house itself, adding to the quaint and out-of-the-way quality of the location. The grounds are well-maintained and easy to navigate.

For robust and varied fishing action, the lake is well-stocked with plenty of roach, rudd, carp, bream, and tench.

What size do the fish go to?

Carp is said to be in the 20-plus range, plus the other fish are on the large side. Be prepared for a challenge.

What tactics work well?

According to reports, fishing at Tan House Lake can be a bit difficult. Recommended baits include maggots and bread, but anglers will want to experiment to find the best fit.

Groundbait and trout bait are not allowed.

Boilies and barbless hooks only.

Dog and cat food is prohibited.

What facilities are on site?

There is a five-unit touring caravan site next to the lake at Tan House Farm. Anglers and visitors can also pitch tents with prior arrangements, making this a great place to spend a day.

Is parking available?

There is parking available at Tan House Farm Lake.

Youtube videos



After some more fisheries in Gloucestershire?

Why not check out our full list of fisheries in Gloucestershire or our list of fishing shops in Gloucestershire

Leave a Comment