How do you buy a ticket?
You can pay a bailiff (Cash only) on the banks or buy your tickets online HERE using a Credit/Debit Card or PayPal account. Print out your receipt to show the bailiff.
Do you allow Night Fishing?
YES. Night fishing is available all year round. You can buy overnight or 24 hour tickets from a bailiff (cash only) on the banks during the day or online in advance (credit/debit card or PayPal account)
What is the price for a day ticket?
All prices are listed HERE on our website.
What times are you open?
We are open every day at 7am but close at various times throughout the year. See HERE for details of closing times.
Do you sell Bait on site?
NO – There are several Tackle Shops in the area.
What is the best lake to fish for Carp?
Lake 6 is a good all round lake for Carp, Perch, Roach and Rudd. Lake 6 is also our specimen lake with Carp up to 25lb, but is harder to fish than lake 7 of which has a great mix of doubles up to 20lb.
What size do the fish go up to?
Carp up to 23lb, Perch up to 2lb, Roach, Rudd approx 1lb
Do you allow Boillies?
What baits are best?
Natural baits work well – Such as Worm & maggots. Luncheon meat and sweetcorn have always been a favourite. Traditional Robin Red Carp Pellets and Trout Pellets do well.
Do you run a syndicate?
No – this is a day ticket venue. We do also do an Annual Season Ticket.
How do you obtain a Season Ticket?
Ask Seven Lakes Fishery for an Application Form or download it from the website HERE. Send your completed application form with a photo and a cheque for the correct amount to Young Estates & Land Ltd. Alternatively we accept Credit and Debit cards (in our office only) and PayPal payments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you do Gift Certificates?
YES. We can supply gift certificates for Annual Season Tickets, Day tickets and Night Fishing, so why not put us on your Birthday and Christmas List!
What are the rules of the lakes?
We try not to have too many rules, with most being simply common sense, but some people do take liberties so we obviously have to cover ourselves. Please check the rules of the venue before visiting, on our website HERE
Our top tip for fishing at Seven Lakes Fishery – “Keep it simple”…TIGHT LINES.