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Shadwells Pool

Shadwells Pool

Barnes, London

The Shadwells Pool fishing lake is located in Barnes, South West London. It is a very well established estate lake which means the fishing pegs have a good selection of cover in the form of trees and woodland. The lake is around around 1.5 acres and offers a choice of 55 pegs. There are several pegs suitable for disabled anglers.

The lake is stocked with a wide range of coarse species. The carp in the lake run into the mid 20s.

Main Species at Shadwells Pool

Carp
Carp
Eel
Eel
Roach
Roach
Rudd
Rudd
Tench
Tench

Rules and Bans

  • On all waters only two rods may be used
  • Fishing must be from the pegged swims
  • Night fishing is not permitted
  • No more than 1.5 Kilos of ground bait or equivalent i.e liquidized bread may be used
  • No more than 0.5 Kilo of boilies may be used
  • Only barbless hooks permitted
  • No bloodworm or joker
  • All anglers must have a landing net
  • Fishing on society waters may only commence at dawn and must cease at dusk unless otherwise stated
  • All nets are to be placed in the dip tanks provided and well soaked before fishing
  • All anglers must be in possession of an unhooking mat

Tickets and Prices

Fishing at Shadwells Pool is not possible on a day ticket. The water is owned and controlled by Barnes and Mortlake Angling and Preservation Society. Membership is priced at the following:

Adults: £90
Concessions: £60
Juniors 12-18: £40
Juniors 8-12: £10

Find out more information

Address: Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London. SW13 9WT

Sat Nav Postcode: SW13 9WT

Shadwells Pool Google Map

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