Anglezarke Reservoir

A Members water with day tickets available and run by Southport & District Angling Association, Anglezarke Reservoir fishing is approx one mile East of Chorley.

Access points are via: Northern end Moor Lane. The south dam wall Knowsley Lane & Back Lane.

Parking is mainly roadside, however back Lane has a good purpose built anglers car park, a Southport & District Angling Association gate key is required. Please see also for further details.

Anglezarke Reservoir

Fishing Anglezarke Reservoir, Chorley PR6 9DQ

Vast water reservoir is situated east of Chorley, Lancashire at the foot of the pennines. This fishing Reservoir has a area of over 190 acres and supplies local areas with drinking water. Micro pellets, maggots and bread mash will produce in the feeder.

Anglezarke Reservoir Fishing – Known Fish Species

Well known throughout the North West for bream fishing, with big bags of fish being caught in a session. Additionally the Reservoir also holds a good head of roach and specimen pike.

Fishing Rules

  • Ground baiting of any kind is banned.
  • The use of feeders and maggot loose feed is permitted.
  • No night fishing, dawn to dusk only.
  • Certain areas of the reservoir are set aside for conservation and fishing is not allowed within them.
  • During the close season only certain parts of the reservoir are open for fishing.
  • Alcohol is not allowed.
  • No dogs
  • Day tickets are not sold on the banks. Day tickets must be purchased from the regular outlets before fishing.

Fishing Contacts

The Administrator

PO Box 764
United Kingdom

Controlled by: Southport & District A.A.


Anglezarke Reservoir
Anglezarke Reservoir Vast and unwelcoming on the wrong day !


Fishing Location:

Anglezarke is the largest reservoir in the Rivington group to the west of Anglezarke in Lancashire. It is fed by the River Yarrow,

Details correct at time of writing July 2020, but please always check before you travel as things change ! Thanks

Fishing in Lancashire