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Cudmore Fishery

Cudmore Fishery

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire

Cudmore Fishery is probably one of the largest fishing venues in England. The venue offers over 40 lakes to pick from - each one offers a different opportunity with a range of specialist, predator and standard commercial type fishing available.

The venue hosts a wide range of high profile matches. These include international fixtures and what many to be the FA cup of the angling world: Fishomania. There are regular open and club matches held on the venue, many see their waters as some of the fairest waters, with no major differences between pegs on some of the lakes.

Onsite facilities include:

  • A very big tackle shop selling a full range of gear
  • National Angling School
  • Regular angling shows where you can get great deals on tackle
  • Cafe
  • Car parking

Main Species at Cudmore Fishery

Bream
Bream
Carp
Carp
Catfish
Catfish
Pike
Pike
Tench
Tench

Rules and Bans

  • Barbless hooks only
  • No fishing under power lines
  • No fishing between markers
  • Landing nets must be used and fish handled with care and returned straight back to the water
  • All nets must be dried before using
  • No beach casting methods to be used
  • No rods to be left unattended
  • Boilies are allowed, all boilies must be purchased on site
  • No trout pellets allowed other than Cudmores own coarse pellets
  • All groundbait, pellets, hemp and boilies must be purchased from the fishery
  • No live or dead baits allowed of any species

Tickets and Prices

Arena lake (no concession discount): £10.00 two rods / person
Avoca lake (no concession discount): £10.00 two rods / person
Tara lake (no concession discount): £10.00 two rods / person

Adults: £8.00 two rods / person
Concessions: £6.00 two rods / person

Find out more information

Contact: Frank Clarke

Telephone: (01782) 680919

Address: Pleck Lane, Whitmore, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. ST5 5HW

Sat Nav Postcode: ST5 5HW

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National Anguilla Club
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