The Rising Fishery Burnley Lancashire

The Rising Fishery, Guide Lane, Higham, Burnley, BB12 9BX

Tel: 07725 054976

The Fishery

Mixed fishery providing course fishing and fly fishing. Described as “Fishing in and area of outstanding Natural Beauty”. The fishery overlooks Burnley, Lancashire. The Rising Fishery offers fishing over 3 ponds

A good mixed variety of fish species. This includes Carp, Chubb, Barbell, Specimen Roach and Perch, Golden Orfe, Tench, Crucian, Ide, and Bream.

The Hallows is a purpose built Fly Fishing water

Cafe: Providing anglers with hot and cold food. Also tea or coffee, snacks, and a selection of cakes, confectionary and ice cream. The cafe is set in a log cabin with wood burning stove.

Web Site: More details can be found at

Opening Times

Tuesday – Friday 8am to 8pm

Saturday & Sunday 8am to 8pm

Last Fly Fishing Ticket issued at 6pm

Closed Monday Except Bank Holidays

Fishing Prices

The Hallows Lake £3.00 per hour.

The Allows for 1 Fish (first fish must be taken, minimum ticket 2 hours). Additional fish my be purchased at £2.50 per pound.

The Brookstick Lake (Coarse Only)

£7.00 per day, £6.00 per day for concessions

THE Cauldron Lake (Coarse Only)

£7.00 per day, £6.00 per day for concessions

Fishing Rules The Rising Fishery Burnley

  • No Keepnets. (except in matches)
  • All fish to be returned. (strictly catch and release)
  • Ground baiting allowed only through a feeder or pole pot.
  • All hooks must be barbless and no bigger than size 10.
  • Fishing is only permitted from pegs.
  • No Meat, trout pellets or Boilies
  • All fish must be landed and returned using a landing net, regardless of size.
  • Each angler is responsible for any litter found on or around the peg they are fishing from.
  • Dogs are welcome when accompanied by a responsible owner.
  • All nets and unhooking mats must be dipped and left to dry before commencing fishing.
  • Alcohol is not allowed on the fishery.
  • Any disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated.

More Information to follow. Details correct at time of writing July 2020. Please always check before you travel as things change ! Thanks

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