Welbeck Lakes Fishery Coarse Fishing Nottinghamshire


Welbeck Lakes Fishery




Welbeck
Nottinghamshire S80 3LR
England Phone: 01909 500211



Anglers have to come to fish at Welbeck for generations, drawn not only by the exceptional beauty of the estate, but also by the abundant number of fish and diverse range of species found in the lakes. The Fishery is centrally located on the Welbeck Estate, offering members the opportunity to fish in a natural setting surrounded by stunning Estate parkland with spectacular views of Welbeck Abbey across the Great Lake. Three lakes are open for fishing at Welbeck, Great Lake, Carburton Forge Dam and Carburton Dam, offering members up to 77 acres of fishing. The lakes and areas surrounding them have been designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest by Natural England, and provide a fantastic habitat for a diverse range of wildlife, particularly birds.


{o} Fish Types: Pike, Eel, Bream, Roah, Perch, Tench, Carp and Cyprinids. Pike up to 40lbs and Carp up to 30lbs have been caught in the lakes at Welbeck.
{o} Fishing: Three lakes are open for fishing at Welbeck, Great Lake, Carburton Forge Dam and Carburton Dam.


Nearest Facilities:
{o} Tackle Shops within 25 miles




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