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Fishing holiday close to Midlands

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  • Fishing holiday close to Midlands

    I am looking for a fishing holiday somewhere close to the West Midlands as I will have to make 2 journeys there and back, somewhere to sleep 6 and with fishing fees included. Would need the accomodation close to the lakes - ideally being able to fish next to it.

    Anyone know of anywhere?
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  • #2
    try hillview lakes got some lovely log cabins right neer the lakes


    • #3
      there is a place called hurst farm fisheries they have 3 pools on site and are just outside brignorth they rent out some cottages

      Hurst Farm Lakes, Coarse & Fly Fishing, Bridgnorth, Shropshire


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        • #5
          Thanks for the suggestions, have just booked the bank hol week at hurst farm, anyone have any tips
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          • #6
            dog lane me and my dad went on a 2 day trip and i had 97.4lb of silvers and 2 16lb carp and a 11lb carp


            • #7
              There.s a place called watersmeet near gloucester. Foods brilliant, it as 3 lakes, situated on the pubs ground, he as chalets, also if you like your drink,he does'nt kick you out of the bar, early, most times if you want you can see the sun rise with a pint in your hand. Fishings good, there private lakes, so they are for residents only.
              Nearby you have staunton court, and tirley, if you want a fishing day out of watersmeet. Believe me mate ask anyone on here who as fished tirley, and the answer will be the same MENTAL. They have a website ,not sure what its called, but just type in watersmeet fishery nr gloucester, and you will find it.
              Hope this helps, all the best STEVE.