FOR ALL CAFE ENQUIRIES CALL 01473 830414 - THANK YOU

DAY TIME TICKETS*** We are running a window hatch service for day tickets on Match Lake 1 and Match Lake 2 from Monday to Sunday and the Traditional Lake (£10 for max 2 rods) Monday to Thursday. All of the pegs on the Match Lakes will be available EXCEPT the Night fishing pegs on Match Lake 1 (1,17,19,37,39).

Please read the guidance HERE -   PLEASE READ  ***

NIGHT FISHING TICKETS***   BOOKING ONLY - 24 hour and 48 hour sessions ONLY on the Big Lake, Traditional Lake and Match Lake 1 Night Swims can be made by calling 01473 832327:

MONDAY to SUNDAY between 9am to 12pm.  

Bookings can only be made a MAXIMUM of 1 week in advance.

PLEASE HAVE YOUR CONTACT PHONE NUMBER AND BANK CARD DETAILS READY FOR WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR BOOKING 

All anglers must pre-book individually and can only book 1 swim by phone with a card payment.  CALL 01473 832327, at which time we will allocate a specific peg to you and explain all the restrictions and procedures that will be in place.  There are limited pegs available due to social distancing.  Read our additional rules HERE!

PLEASE NOTE ANYBODY ARRIVING FOR NIGHT FISHING WHO HASN'T PRE-BOOKED WILL BE TURNED AWAY AND PLEASE DO NOT RING OR MESSAGE OUTSIDE THE TIMES SPECIFIED.

  Thank you for your continued support, Stu, Bex and Nick. 

Countryside Code



Countryside Code

Responsible anglers show concern for the environment and wildlife, and should be on constant lookout for signs of water pollution.

Anglers should always follow the Country Code and take particular care to take their litter home.

Discarded hooks and line are a danger to wild life and extra care should be taken to dispose of them in a suitable place.

  • Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work.
  • Guard against all risks of fire.  (Small BBQs are only allowed for use by overnight anglers only and must be used safely.)
  • Fasten/ lock all gates.
  • Keep dogs under close control. (No dogs are allowed on the SWP premises)
  • Use the correct access points and keep to the proper paths.
  • Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls.
  • Leave livestock, crops and farm machinery alone.
  • Take your litter home!
  • Protect wildlife plants and trees.
  • Do not make unnecessary noise.
  • Respect other water users.
  • Take care on country roads.
  • Help to keep water clean