Fishing holidays in Lincolnshire will give you the chance to unwind and relax in a pleasant, tranquil, and natural setting. Forget the whole world and concentrate on those fish. Fish, eat, fish, sleep, fish, eat, and fish some more. That's my idea of
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There are some quality parks with lakes for fishing holidays in Lincolnshire. You have the choice of parks that have pitches for tents, touring caravans, or you can stay in a lodge, cabin, or static caravan. Some parks are open to non-resident fishermen with day tickets and some reserve the fishing to their residents only.
Red House Farm Fishing Holidays
Situated in an idylic setting, Red House Farm Fishing has five lakes. The lakes are stocked with Common and Mirror Carp, Perch, Rudd, Tench, Bream, and Roach. You can choose either a cottage with disabled access or a caravan. The cottage sleeps four and the caravans sleep four adults plus two children. Only residents can fish in the lakes. Fishing is not available by day ticket or by touring caravans. This makes for an uncrowded fishing experience.
Red House Farm is located west of
at North Scarle.
Red House Farm Fishing Holidays
Spalford Lane, North Scarle
Lincoln, LN6 9HB
Telephone: 01522 778 224
Mobile: 07885 818111
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Sycamore Lakes is situated between Skegness and Burgh Le Marsh on the A158. There are four lakes which are stocked with Tench,and Perch. The lakes are open March through November for both residents and non-residents.
Pitches are available for touring caravans and static caravans are also available. Other accommodations include cabins and cottages. There is a Tackle Shop and a cafeteria which serves a full English Breakfast, a Sunday lunch carvary, and steaks.
Burgh le Marsh
Telephone: 01 754 811 411
Elmhirst Lakes Caravan Park
This is a static caravan and lodge park open all year round for guest fishing only. Quality coarse fishing in lakes stocked with Chubb, Carp, Bream, Pike, Roach, Rudd and Crucians.
Elmhurst Lakes is located just north of Horncastle.
Ashby Park is a four-star fishing park with seven lakes set on 70 acres. It has pitches close to the lakes for both touring caravans and tents. It is open March through December. Fishing is open to residents and day ticket holders. There is a toilet/shower block and laundry room.
You will find Ashby Park 1.5 miles north of Horncastle off the A158.
Telephone: 01507 527966
Fax: 01507 524539
Blyton Ponds at Sunnyside Farm is in Blyton near Gainsborough. There are four fish ponds for your fishing holidays in Lincolnshire pleasure. Accommodation includes two two-bedroom static caravans, two three-bedroom static caravans and two bed and breakfast chalets. The on-sight cafe serves a full English breakfast and will also do an evening meal if notified before noon. General day tickets are available to non-residents.
Telephone: 01427 628240
A popular choice for fishing Lincolnshire The four fishing ponds are naturally fed with spring water. The ponds are stocked with Bream, Barbel, Chub, Ide, Carp, Roach, and Tench. Caister is at the northern edge of the Wolds. Day tickets are available for visitors. Caister Fisheries is open year round.
There are pitches for both touring caravans and tents. Static caravans are available by the week or weekend. Facilities include toilets, laundry facilities, showers, and pot washing. The on site cafe serves breakfast, beef burgers and other light fare.