St Helens Road, Leigh, Lancashire WN7 3PA
Pennington Flash is a huge 200-acres country park located between Lowton & Pennington in Leigh Lancashire with large shoals of Bream, a few large Carp, Perch, Pike, Roach, Rudd & Tench and hybrids.
The flash is a 70-hectare fishing lake created by coal mining subsidence and flooding, An vast nature nature reserve & fishing venue with bird hides Pennington Flash Country Park is renowned for wildlife and Bream fishing.
On-site facilities include an information centre, golf course, a pay and display car park, children’s play area, picnic and recreation areas. Fishing in only allowed on on certain shores, so check before setting up. There is often a mobile café and there are toilets near the main car park. An excellent venue for a days fishing in Lancashire.
Fishing Club Rules: Please check the specific venue rules before fishing
– No litter to be left on the bankside
– Never discard hooks, lines, shots, etc. on the bankside
– Plastic bags and tin cans can be dangerous to animals or other users of the waters, please do not take to the waterside
– Night fishing is not allowed
– Help protect wildlife
– Barbless hooks must be used on all waters except the canal were micro barbed may be used
– Keepnets are not allowed on our waters except in authorised matches
– Park your cars sensibly
– Be courteous to all people you meet at the waterside
– Report all incidents of pollution to the E.A. 0800 807060. Remember you play an important part in protecting the waterside
– Read your membership card