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We will always try our best to answer your fishery related questions.

Manor House Fisheries

Manor House Fisheries are set in quiet, peaceful and tranquil surroundings.

Based in Lancashire, we are a privately owned and run coarse fishery.

Our four fishing waters are very well established, mature and heavily stocked with 10-30 pegs ranging water, the fish range from 1lb to 30lb all our fish are in prime condition and all species have a number of fish to specimen weights.

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Here is a little aerial view intro

We will be adding a full aerial view video of the fishery when the weather is better and our pilot gets a little more practice.

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This slide show contains an aerial view of all four ponds along with the peaceful and tranquil surroundings Manor House Fisheries has to offer.

We will be adding further images and or High Definition video of the fisheries during the summer months when the weather is warm and clear. 

The Fishing Lakes

Pond 1

POND ONE

Pond one fishing lake is key shaped with plenty of cover with flag iris, reeds and vegetation but with very clear pegs.
Pond 3

POND THREE

Pond three fishing lake is round in shape with plenty of cover from flag iris, reeds and trees.
Pond 4

POND TWO

Pond two fishing lake is a round deep water with flag iris, reeds, lillies and trees down in a hollow.
Pond 4

POND FOUR

Pond four fishing lake is our match lake and is described as round with an island. Cover comes from flag Iris and willow on the bank and reeds to the island.

CAR PARKING

Here at Manor House Fisheries we have ample car parking space with a large car park close to Ponds one and four and also car parking close to Ponds two and three.

Toilets on site

Manor House Fisheries has two toilet blocks based on the fishery, one is located on the main car park and the other located near the fishery entrance at the main gate.

Safety

Safety is paramount at Manor House Fisheries with warning display signs and life belts strategically placed around each water. Members must also take the up most care when visiting.

Manor House Fisheries

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