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    Question Lakes in the North West?

    Hi, I'm looking for suggestions for lakes in the North West/North Wales.

    We are after going for a couple of days so will using a bivvy so either a double peg or pegs close by.

    After a general coarse lake with a few big carp / tench in.

    We don't get to go fishing much these days, so a relatively easy lake is preferred.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2015
    leafy cheshire

    Default Re: Lakes in the North West?

    Most of my venues are club waters and if not are in Cheshire! I suggest you do a google search for commercial fisheries in the post codes you are interested in! There are not many day ticket waters which allow bivvies overnight in my experience!

    There are dozens of commercials all around me but most are just day ticket! Be more specific as to area ie Warrington, Macclesfield etc and I can recommend a few!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2017
    Oxford, and occasionally Warrington Lancs
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    Default Re: Lakes in the North West?

    Try wyreside, about 30 minutes from Bolton, also you have Jumbles res, Pennington flash, most commercials are daytime only due to security, some do night fishing by arrangement, There is Shakerly Mere near Middlewich/Holmes Chapel, that is a 48 hour day ticket water, contact Lymm Angling club for details,

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2018
    Rawtenstall, Rossendale

    Default Re: Lakes in the North West?

    My local is a small place, 11 pegs and averages about 2foot deep no tench (unfortunately) bur a good easy going days fishing. Average carp 2 to 8lb, record is 18lb. For a fiver it's good, had 27 carp out on Monday 6 doubles biggest about 14lb.

    Its in Rossendale if you are interest let me know and I'll share more details.

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