Fishing Permits

A valid fishing permit is required – please purchase these from reception or the tackle shop before fishing, it is not possible to purchase tickets on the bankside.

  • Daily and weekly permits available
  • Evening permits are available from 3pm
  • One permit is required per person
  • All Permits are for upto two rods
  • Concessions are available for senior citizens and juniors
  • under 12s can fish for free with an adult holding a current ticket

2020 Fishing Ticket Prices

Day Ticket £8.50
Evening Ticket £6.50
3 Day Ticket £22.00
7 Day Ticket £40.00

Concession Ticket Prices

Concessions tickets are strictly only offered to disabled anglers, OAPs over 65 and under 16’s

Day Ticket £7.50
Evening Ticket £5.50
3 Day Ticket £18.00
7 Day Ticket £35.00

Rules and Fish Care

  • Fishing is only available to guests staying at the park
  • Fishing is permitted dawn till dusk
  • A valid Cofton Fishing Permit is required to fish
  • A current Environment Agency rod licence is required for anglers over the age of 12
  • All juniors (under the age of 16) to be supervised by an adult
  • Luscombe Lake and Trusham Lake are for adult ticket holders only
  • No pole fishing on Luscombe Lake and Trusham Lake
  • A minimum 34” landing net is required when fishing Luscombe and Trusham Lakes
  • A large beanie style or cradle unhooking mat is required when fishing on Luscombe and Trusham Lakes
  • Barbless hooks only rig checks will take place.
  • No bolt rigs, fixed leads, fixed feeders or elasticated feeders rig checks will take place.
  • No braided mainline
  • No bait boats
  • Every angler must have and use an unhooking mat (available to hire)
  • No fish to be retained (except organised matches and keepnets on Powderham Pool
  • Keepnet use on Powderham Pool limited to 5 hours max
  • No rods or poles to be left unattended
  • NO LITTER! Please use the bins provided
  • Unused bait NOT to be thrown in lakes, use bins provided
  • Fish only from constructed pegs
  • No moving fish between lakes
  • Return fish to the water using landing net or sling to avoid dropping fish
  • No standing up holding fish! Keep fish low to the ground over unhooking mat for photos

Sorry no dogs allowed around the fishing lakes