Castle Ashby Fisheries, Castle Ashby [Last updated 25/11/2012]

Three lakes, Grendon Pond is 8 acres with 60 pegs, Scotland Pond is 9 acres with 40 pegs and Brickyard Pond is 2 acres with 26 pegs.

Take A45 from Northampton towards Wellingborough, turn off at Earls Barton exit and follow signs for Grendon, fishery is signposted on rightbefore Grendon Village..

Castle Ashby Fisheries, Grendon Road, Chadstone, Castle Ashby, Northants, NN7 1LH.
Mick Hewlett, Tel. 01604 712346 [after 6pm] or mobile 07799527972.

Day ticket £7, concessions £4 for 1 rod. £8, concessions £4.50 for 2 rods.
Evening ticket £4, concessions £3.
Match bookings £, minimum of 10 pegs [148 pegs available]

Brickyard Pond contains bream to 6lbs, carp into double figures, crucian carp to 3lbs, gudgeon, perch, rudd to 1lb, roach over 1lb and tench to 5lbs.
Grendon Pond
contains bream to 2lbs, carp over 20lbs, crucian carp to 2lbs, gudgeon, perch over 1lb, roach to 12ozs, rudd and tench.
Scotland Pond
contains bream to 7lbs, carp to 30lbs, gudgeon, perch, pike, roach, rudd and tench.

1. All year fishing.
2. No night fishing [except syndicate members on Scotland Pond].
3. Barbless hooks only, maximum size 8.
4. No keepnets or sacks.
5. No boats including bait boats.
6. No fires.
7. Un-hooking mats MUST be used.
8. Rubbish will not be tolerated please take it home or use the bins supplied.
9. Maximum of 2 rods to be used at any one time, and not to be left unattended.
10. Excessive noise, abusive or foul language will not be tolerated.
11. All fish to returned to water alive.

Open Match Rules:
1. Nets must be dipped between mid April to the end of October.
2. All fish under 2lb are to be kept in a seperate net.
3. Fiftenn 2lb+ carp per net.
4. No balling of groundbait past 13 metres.
5. Barbless hooks, no bigger than size 10 to be used. 
6. No nuts, peas or beans to be used.
7. Anglers must not leave their rods in the water when leaving the peg.
8. Cars must not be moved during a match.

No beans.
No nuts.

Toilets, café and shop on site.
Disabled access to some pegs.

College Farm Fishing, Aynho

Spring fed 25-peg one-acre lake with depths ranging from 4 to 12ft and averaging 7ft.

Take the A43 from Northampton to Brackley, then head towards M40, turn right at roundabout for Croughton and Aynho [B4031], at Aynho take the B4100 to Banbury, turn left into car park just before 30 mile limits on edge of village.

Mr. Nigel Oakley, Grange Farm, Goddington, Bicester, OX27 9AF.
Tel. 01869 810258 or 07887 845836.

Day ticket £5, concessions £3, match bookings £69 [20 pegs].

Bream to 7lbs, carp to 20lbs, chub over 7lbs, crucian carp over 2lbs, gudgeon, roach and rudd over 1lb, and tench to 7lbs.

1. All year fishing.
2. No night fishing.
3. Barbless hooks only.
4. No litter, use bins provided or take rubbish home.
5. No carp over 3lbs in keepnets and only carp friendly nets for carp.

Groundbait in moderation. No boilies.

Safe private car parking and toilets.


Collingtree Golf Course Lakes, Northampton

5 lakes available.

Limited membership £30, concessions £15.

 
Corby Boating Lake, Corby [Last updated 25/11/2012]

2-acre park lake with depths between 3 and 4 feet.

Barry Scholes, Mob.07818444815

Day ticket £4.40 for Corby resident, concession £2.30. Day ticket £8.00 for non-Corby resident, concessions £4.00. Match bookings

Carp to 31lbs, catfish, crucian carp, perch over 1lb, roach to 2lbs, rudd to 2lbs, tench to 5lbs and zander.

1. You will fish in a manner in which is in no way detrimental to wildlife or fish.
2. Any hooked birds to be reported to cafe staff immediately.
3. Footpaths must not be obstructed at any time.
4. You must carry a current EA licence.
5. You must use only barbless hooks [shop bought only, no micros].
6. You do not spin for fish.
7. You do not use groundbait.
8. You fish at peg numbers only, one person per peg.
9. You do not remove fish from the lake.
10. You do not put fish into the lake.
11. No rubbish is left at the lake.
12. No junior to use two rods at one time.
13. Night fishing by permission only [contact the Boating Lake on 01536 203700].
14. All bait to be carried in bait boxes, no tins.
15. Under 12's to be accompanied by an Adult at all times.
16. Unhooking mats compulsory [for large fish].
17. No floating baits.
18. No keepnets to be used in this lake, except in official matches.

These rules will be enforced vigorously. Persons failing to comply with the above requirements may be banned from fishing in the lake for the season.

PLEASE NOTE: No fishing between pegs 1 - 8 and 45 - 54 [inclusive] on Thursdays or Sundays [these are designated areas and days for Corby & District Model Boat Club].

From 1st May to 30TH September at wekends, school holidays and bank holidays. Pegs 1 - 17 and 45 - 54 fishing is dawn to 11.00am only and 5.00pm to dusk [Designated area and time for hire boats - half day ticket available].

No groundbait.
Pellet allowed in moderation.

Lakeside cafe is open every day 8.30am - 4pm.
Toilets on site.
Disabled access

Cosgrove Park Lakes, Cosgrove

Caravan and campsite offering nine lakes out of twelve for fishing. Lakes vary in size from 2 to 25 acres, also offers sections of rivers Great Ouse and Tove on site.

Mr M. Wilson, The Manager, Cosgrove Leisure Park, Milton Keynes, MK19 7JP.
Tel. 01908 563360, Fax. 01908 263615

Residents only. There are no day visitors or day ticket fishing allowed.

Fountain View contains perch. Kingfisher Lake contains bream to 11lbs, carp to 25lbs, perch to 4lbs, pike to 35lbs, roach to 2lbs, rudd to 2lbs and tench to 10lbs.

Fishing allowed from 1st April to 31st October on lakes only, normal close season rules apply for rivers.

Toilets, café, tackle shop and shop on site. Disabled access to some swims.

fishing@cosgrovepark.co.uk

Covert Farm, East Haddon

The lake is situated about 20 yards off the road down a hill in a peaceful location, although not suitable for cars.

David Williams or Anne Lowe Tel. 01604 770606

Day ticket £5

Carp to 15lbs, tench

Float only venue

Cransley Hall Lake, Cransley

Currently no fishing allowed

2.5-acre lake.

Take A43 from Northampton towards Kettering, take right turn to Broughton, in centre of Broughton take turning to Cransley, at Cransley turn left at crossroads at top of hill, the hall is approx. 300yds on the left.

Carp to 25lbs, roach, tench and trout.

Barbless hooks only. Large carp to be returned immediately except in matches. Fish from designated pegs only.

No bloodworm and joker.

Cransley Reservoir, Kettering

Richard Mattock

Syndicate water

Carp, perch, pike, roach and tench.

Crockwell Farm, Eydon [Last updated 25/11/2012]

Currently no fishing, as owners currenly have no lans to re-stock he lakes.

Two lakes. The main lake has upto 30 pegs.

Mr. Bay Harper, Crockwell Farm, Eydon, Northants. Tel. 01327 361358

Cromwell Farm, Naseby

Small spring-fed lake with an island feature.

Located just outside the village of Naseby on the Haselbech road.

Steve, Tel. 01604 740596 or Mob. 07736 945846

Day ticket £6.

Bream, carp and roach.

1. Fishing all year round, dawn to dusk only.
2. Barbless hooks only.
3. No keepnets.
4. One rod only.
5. No litter.

No floating baits.

On-site toilet facilities.

katecivils@aol.com