The Mallory Park fishery was a dream that matchman Roy Marlow turned into a reality. It took over 20 years to craft the fishery into its current state. The fishery in Leicestershire is considered by many as one of the top venues in the country.
A great deal of care and attention was taken when creating the fishery. Many of the waters can only be fished from a single side, to avoid disturbance and provide more areas to target fish. The pegs are all comfortable to fish from and are great for anglers who might struggle on rough terrain.
Main Species at Mallory Park Fisheries (The Glebe)
Rules and Restrictions
- All keepnets, landing nets, unhooking mats, weigh slings etc must be dipped in one of the dip tanks before and after fishing.
- Hooks must be barbless, no crimped barbs and must be no larger than a regular size 10.
- No braided line.
- No method fishing, including floating methods and feeders, no method, or emstat feeders.
- Keep nets are only allowed in official matches.
- No night fishing, fishing is dawn until dusk.
- No Dogs allowed.
- No floating baits or subsurface floating baits to be used. No dog biscuit or floating particles.
- Bread may be used from November to the end of March, but not as a surface bait, there is a size limit for bread hookbaits of half an inch or 12mm diameter and thickness.
- No bloodworm or joker.
- No nuts.
- No meat baits of any kind, e.g. tinned meats, sausage, poloni, pepererami etc. – this includes pet food. None of these baits should be added to groundbait or paste mixes.
- Only coarse pellets to be used, absolutely no trout pellet to be used.
Day Tickets, Membership and Prices
Fishing at Mallory Park is a members only water. Members are able to purchase day tickets for other people.
Find out more information
Telephone: 07711 711650
Address: Peckleton Common Road, Peckleton, Leicestershire, LE9 7 RF.
Sat Nav Postcode: LE9 7 RF