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Sherwood Forest Fishery

Sherwood Forest Fishery

Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire

Located just a few miles north of Mansfield, Sherwood Forest Fishery provides a choice of 5 different lakes where you can wet your nets. With 185 pegs to pick from you will be spoilt for choice:

Cavendish Lake - an oblong shaped lake with pegs down just one site. Fishing a pole down the side or at 11m works well, as do waggler and feeder tactics.

Maunside - a smaller straight lake with 20 pegs. With depths of up to 5ft this offers good year round pole fishing.

Sherwood Lake - a large "S" shaped lake (quite apt) with a number of pegs which will leave you feeling tired after a few hours fishing. There are lots of enticing areas and features to fish to.

Langdale Channel - a small oval shaped lake which is perfect for beginners or a relaxing pleasure session.

Holmedale Lake - possibly the most interesting lake due to its irregular shape. This lake holds the venues match record of 232lbs. The lake contains a high number of carp, but on hard days the large head of silver fish can provide good sport.

The venue often has regular matches - if you plan on fishing a specific lake you may be advised to check the lake is available to save being disappointed when you rock up with your tackle.

Main Species at Sherwood Forest Fishery


Rules and Bans

  • No boilies, nuts, beans or peas
  • No meat based pet foods
  • No feeding floating bairs
  • Carp pellets only
  • Bloodworm and Joker on Langdale only
  • Barbless hooks only - max size 6
  • No braid
  • No fishing without a landing net or disgorger
  • All nets must be dipped prior to fishing
  • No unaccompanied children below the age of 16
  • No night fishing

Tickets and Prices

Fishing is allowed between 7am - until the time stated on the gate at the Farm Park (dusk)

Adults 1 rod £6.00 / 2 rods £8.00
Juniors 16 and under £4.00
OAP’s £5.00

Find out more information

Address: Off Forest Road, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. NG21 9HL

Sat Nav Postcode: NG21 9HL

Sherwood Forest Fishery Google Map

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National Anguilla Club