Borwick Fishing Borwick Carnforth M6

Kellet Lane, Borwick. Carnforth. Lancashire. LA6 1JU.

This fishery has changed hands and is now called Clear Water Fisheries please visit our New Page here; 

www.fishinginlancashire.co.uk/places-to-fish-in-lancashire-a-e/clear-water-fisheries-borwick-carnforth-m6-lancashire/

 

Please refer to the web link above.

 

OLD Facebook: www.facebook.com/BorwickFishing

OLD Web: borwickfishing.co.uk 

Borwick Fishing in Lancashire is now mature and superb looking Fishing Venue suitable for everyone, with specimen Carp as well as plenty of Fishing opportunities for general coarse fishing. The lakes are stocked with Carp, Pike, Catfish, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Tench and others. The Carp are big and there are also big Pike to be caught here (specific Pike season October – March though please check before you travel.) In fact it looks like most fish run to specimen size.

The main lake, called Jimmy’s Lake is a large open water with nicely spaced and comfortable pegs suitable for bevvies & overnight sessions. The focus on Jimmy’s Lake is Carp and they are Big Carp in here. Walk round the lake on a summers day and you will see many big fish, which makes it an exciting lake to fish. There are members season tickets here so if its nice in the summer please check you can get on before you travel any distance as you would expect members get priority and in the summer you may only get on Jimmy’s Lake if you buy a 24 hour ticket which is £25.

On site there is a tackle shop stocking a few essential bits and bobs some baits, there are also toilets and there used to be a restaurant, Catch 23, though this has now closed due to retirement (see www.catch-23.co.uk).

The Fishery is open from 8am to 7pm, night fishing of course outside these hours but I think the gates are shut at other times.

There are 9 lakes in total offer different fishing, so you should find a peg to your liking.

As Fishing Venues go In Lancashire this is one of the best and being set on a site of 80 acres there is plenty of space to enjoy your days fishing. An excellent Fishery.

 

Please refer to the web link above as this fishery has now changed hands!!

Rules: These are the latest rules I could find on Facebook here www.facebook.com The Tackle and Bait part of the full rules list to be found on Facebook are, in summary, listed below. As always most sensible rules apply, but if in doubt, please make your own enquiries !

Posted 29th March 2014 on Facebook;

– Minimum 42″ landing net and large padded unhooking mat. Disinfect before use
– no leadcore or shock leaders
– no fixed lead rigs. The lead must be able to discharge from your line in the event Of a breakage
– minimum 12 lb line
– no curved long shank hooks
– please carry a carp care solution

Tackle rules ( pike )

– pike fishing season is 1st October to 31st march only
– minimum 12 lb line
– wire traces must be used at all times
– barbless hooks/ trebles only
– audible and/ or visual indication must be used at all times
– strictly no freelining
– no livebaiting
– each angler must have their own landing net ( minimum
42 ” ) large padded unhooking mat and weigh slings.
– each angler must have minimum 10″ forceps or long nose pliers
– retention of pike in your landing net for a maximum of 15 mins for photograph purposes only. please do not put pike in sacks
– do not leave rods unattended at any time.

Bait rules

Generally no bait restrictions

(The fishery asks you to please ensure nuts and particles are prepared properly and used in moderation)

Visitor rules
– each angler is allowed a maximum of 1 non fishing guest at a time, who must obtain a ticket before entering the site at a cost of £2.50
– Guests must leave the site by 8pm or dusk, whichever comes first
– no overnight guests unless by prior arrangement
– anglers will be held responsible for the actions of any guests they invite onto the site

Check for current rules before you go please. Please refer to the New web link above.

Fishing in Lancashire