Day Ticket Fishing in Warrington at Gorsty Carp fishery offers an excellent opportunity for anglers. With ample parking, access for disabled anglers, and basic toilet facilities, it caters to all needs. The day tickets are priced at just £6, making it an affordable choice. Additionally, the possibility of matches adds a competitive edge for those interested in angling with friends. Gorsty Carp fishery is a must-visit for every angler’s list.
Worthington Lakes in Wigan is a members-only fishery comprising three lakes. It’s an ideal spot for both beginners and experienced anglers. Arley Reservoir and Worthington Reservoir, the more popular choices, are teeming with Roach, Bream, Perch, Tench, and Carp.
Living in the Lake District, anglers have access to some of the best perch fishing spots. With regular catches of fish over two pounds and even larger ones occasionally, the variety and size of fish available are impressive.
Horwood lakes continue to offer great fishing experiences. A recent match saw Stephen Barrell breaking the record with a 252lb catch. He achieved this using an 8mm pellet on the short pole on peg 3.
The Angel of the North Fishing Lakes are highly respected among anglers. A visit to the fishery revealed a dozen youngsters receiving coaching at Bassett’s Pool, while other anglers enjoyed successful catches at the main lakes.
Borderlines, a Cumbria Fly Fishing initiative started in 1996, aimed to introduce 20,000 youngsters to angling. This effort was driven by the passion of three local anglers at New Mills near Brampton.
The Preston Innovations Ascension feeder rods are ideal for medium-range fishing with feeders up to 40g. The 3.4m rod combines a soft action for small hooks and light lines with enough power to handle bigger fish. It comes with 0.75oz, 1oz, and 1.5oz carbon quivertips.