Category: Fisheries & Venues

British Waterways Earlswood Lakes, Solihull, Warwickshire

Set in beautiful surroundings close to the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal, near Birmingham and Solihull, the three waters at Earlswood Lakes have been popular for angling and walking since Victorian times. Recent improvements have transformed the lakes into perhaps the premier fishery in the Midlands. The Lakes have two car parks and good quality footpaths Pools Earlswood lakes are […]

Holgan Farm, Narbeth, Wales

An idyllic 12-acre spot in the Welsh valleys. A true gem in the Welsh valleys, Holgan Farm offers peace and quiet for both anglers who want great fishing in stunning surroundings, and those who simply want a break away from it all. Run by former world champion Ina Heaps for many years now and built […]

Celtic Lakes, Lampeter, West Wales

One of the few Welsh venues to stock catfish, Celtic Lakes has wels to over 60lb. Celtic Lakes Resort … Wales’ Home Of Coarse, Catfish And Carp Fishing Nestled in the tranquil countryside of West Wales, only four miles from Lampeter, Celtic Lakes Resort offers a massive 75 acres of outstanding virgin water fishing, superb fishing […]

Celtic Lakes Resort, Lampeter, West Wales

One of the few Welsh venues to stock catfish, Celtic Lakes has wels to over 60lb. Celtic Lakes Resort … Wales’ Home Of Coarse, Catfish And Carp Fishing Nestled in the tranquil countryside of West Wales, only four miles from Lampeter, Celtic Lakes Resort offers a massive 75 acres of outstanding virgin water fishing, superb fishing […]

Sea angling in North Norway

NORTH NORWAY – BIG FISH COUNTRY….               Anglers World Holidays are the leaders in providing big cod fishing experiences in Norway. The north of Norway, around Skjervoy, is a special place for big cod, halibut and coalfish – in quantity. Every year our clients beat their personal bests and […]

River Bourne – Chertsey, Surrey

The Bourne may be little more than a stream but it holds more than its fair share of specimen fish. LOOSELY termed a ‘river’, the Bourne is little more than a stream measuring between two and five metres wide. It would present most Olympic long jumpers with little or no trouble in leaping across its […]