Ashmoor Lakes is within the beautifully wooded area of Ashmoor Copse, we have 3 lakes over about an acre of land. The lakes have many swims, mostly single swims, but there are few doubles. The ponds are well landscaped and have reeds and lilies to create features to fish to.
There is a lot of wildlife in and around the lakes and regular visitors are ducks, Buzzards, Kingfishers and all manner of song birds. Keep an eye out for our resident grass snakes in the spring and summer and woodpeckers making use of the few surrounding dead trees.
All 3 lakes are joined underground by a series of pipes to allow all the fish to move between the 3 ponds, meaning that where ever you sit, there is always a chance of catching all the fish species that reside here.
We are a mixed fishery and species include Carp, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Perch and Barbel. There are also the odd Grass Carp, Golden Rudd, Chub and Goldfish to be found too.
Facilities on site include net dips and a toilet.
Day tickets are £7 per angler for one rod, £10 per angler for 2 rods, and anglers pay from the bank, so you can turn up and start fishing straight away
Don't forget to take photographs of some of your best fish and send them to us using the 'contact us' page and we will show off your fish here on the website. Some of these fish are too beautiful to keep to yourself!
Also, we welcome any photos you take of the lakes and the surrounding nature.
After all, Ashmoor Lakes isn't just about the fishing!
Check out the galleries of existing photos in the Catch, Lake and Nature Photos sections.
And don't forget to include your name, fish weights, and any other information in your email.
Just a quick reminder to all anglers fishing at Ashmoor during the colder months that the onsite toilet will be closed until all risk of frost has passed.
Every other Sunday there is a clay shoot held in Ashmoor Copse.
On this day, Ashmoor Lakes will be CLOSED to all anglers and visitors until 2pm.
I have added the new shoot dates on the SHOOT FIXTURES page.
Click on the link above to see which Sunday mornings we are closed to anglers.