Ashmoor Lakes is set within the beautifully wooded area of Ashmoor Copse. We have 3 lakes over about an acre of land, and 36 fishable swims. The ponds are well landscaped and have reeds and lilies to create features to fish to.
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, Golden Orfe, Crucian Carp and Goldfish to be found too.
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.
Facilities on site include net dips, bins and a toilet.
Day tickets are £10 per angler for up to 2 rods, and anglers pay from the bank, so you can turn up and start fishing straight away
Opening time: 8am
Closing time: 4pm
Gates will be locked at closing time
The onsite toilet is now CLOSED FOR WINTER
Send those photos in, no matter what the species is!
We proudly boast being a MIXED coarse fishery, not another Carp Hole, so we love to see all our fish selection.
Caught any BIG and BEAUTIFUL fish at Ashmoor Lakes and got the photos to prove it?
Why not send the snaps to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Don't forget, it doesn't matter how big your catch is, we want to see the photos! And so does everyone else!
Not only does it give you a chance to show off your catch, and get you posted on our website and Instagram page (ashmoorlakesfishery), but it also helps us too. We can see the quality and health of our fishes from your captures, and help us to maintain and care for our piscatorial pets much better.
We would also love to see any wildlife or nature photos taken from the fishery, as the abundance of animals and plants found at the fishery is great to see and how off too!
Please ensure you add your name and weight on the emails of any fish photos you send to us.
Ray Balmain caught this new Personal Best Common Carp weighing 14.15oz. Congratulations!
Rightfully pleased with his catch is John Cross with a chunky Common Carp
A lovely little Ghost Carp for George McMurray
Jamie Alexander with a Winter Common Carp from Lake 2
The Passionate Piscator Steve Self with a brace of 1lb Roach taken on the float with red maggot
'The Lazy Carpers' Ryan put his Carp rods away and ventured down to Ashmoor to target one of our usually untargeted fish species and caught up with this 3lb 8oz Perch!
Luke with a rarely caught Grass Carp from Lake 3
A double figure Mirror Carp weighing 12lb 6oz caught by Ashmoor regular Aaron Chuck from the surface
Aaron Chuck with an 8lb 10oz classic Ashmoor Common Carp
A chunky 8lb+ Mirror Carp caught by Aaron Chuck off off the surface
Steve Wells and a clonking 11lb 7oz Mirror Carp caught from Lake 3
7lb 3oz Common Carp captured by Steve Wells
A 6lb Ghost Carp caught by Steve Wells
Steve Wells and beautifully scaled 5lb 6oz Mirror Carp
A rare Grass Carp capture! Steve Self caught this 8lb 15oz fish with a free-lined, slowly wafting bread hookbait
A 4lb Spring Barbel caught by Steve Self using float fished soft hooker pellet in the margins
Steve Self with a surface fished 11lb 1oz Mirror Carp using bread flake