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Springwood Fisheries

Springwood Fisheries

Melbourne, Derbyshire

Springwood Fisheries in Melbourne, Derbyshire offers great sport for anglers of all abilities. The two natural spring fed lakes provide a great setting which will ensure tight lines year round.

Top Lake - 24 pegs, ranges from 3ft to 5ft and features 2 islands.

Bottom Lake - 30 pegs, ranges from 3ft to 5ft and also features 2 islands.

The on site facilities include:

  • The clubhouse cafe
  • Male & female toilets
  • Shower room
  • Secure car park

Main Species at Springwood Fisheries


Top Methods

Generally, all methods work well. The fish will respond all year round, so just change your approach accordingly.

Rules and Bans

  • You must hold a valid rod licence – and ensure that it is available for inspection at all times.
  • No keep nets (unless in organised matches).
  • Strictly no night fishing.
  • Barbless hooks only – the management reserve the right to inspect hooks at any time.
  • Bait bans: no meat based pet food, no bloodworm or joker,  no boilies or tiger nuts, no trout pellets, no floating bait or floating bread
  • All fish to be returned back to the lakes. No fish to be taken off site, or eaten.
  • No unwanted bait to be thrown into the lakes. Please take all unused baits home.
  • No floating poles or bite alarms.
  • No fish to be handled with dry cloths.
  • No litter or fishing line to be left on pegs.
  • Please take your litter home with you.
  • No wading or swimming.
  • All dogs must be kept on a lead.

All children under the age of 14 MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Tickets and Prices

Monday – Friday = Adults £6.00 Conseccions (children under 14 and adults over 65) £4.00     
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays = Adults £7.00 Conseccions (children under 14 and adults over 65) £5.00

Springwood is open 7 days a week: 7:00am - dusk

Find out more information

Telephone: 01332 864331

Address: Ashby Road, Melbourne, Derbyshire. DE73 8BJ

Sat Nav Postcode: DE73 8BJ

Springwood Fisheries Google Map

Looks Fishy Feature:
National Anguilla Club