Run with families in mind, our aim is to
make your holiday as relaxing & enjoyable as possible, nothing
is too much trouble. Being centrally located Trevella prides itself
on its beautiful award winning parkland, making an ideal base
to tour Cornwall.
With the cottages sleeping between 2
and 6, no more than 75 metres from the pegs, East Rose
forms a superb venue for a fishing holiday; the five lakes, with
a surface area of more than three acres, form a superb natural
water in this most remote and tranquil of sites.
Four of the lakes have been professionally
developed into a high quality coarse fishery. With over half
a mile of banks and 22 thoughtfully sited pegs to choose
from there is enough good sport to provide a challenge for the
most proficient angler.
Top Lake and Deep Pool provide some excellent
sport for the serious and more experienced angler with Tench to
8lb and Carp to 22lb.
Island Lake has access to two pegs
especially provided for the disabled angler and is stocked with
Roach, Rudd and Bream to 3lb, and Crucian Carp to 4lb. Every Pool
has been especially designed and stocked to help young anglers
fulfil their dreams!
There are many places where good rock fishing can be
found on the North Coast, with an abundance of different species for
the keen angler.
Good marks for ray and turbot are Trenance and
Trevose where good quality pollock, mackerel, wrasse, garfish,
plaice, dabs and conger can also be found.
Park Head is well known for a wonderful variety
including gurnard, ray, pollock and wrasse.
Rumps Point to the east of Padstow for gurnard,
ray, pollock and wrasse. Daymer Bay and the wave cut platforms at Pentire
are both good marks but require caution.
Godrevy Point offers mackerel, pollock and wrasse,
which also abound at Navax Point. Rumps Point at St Agnes
for gurnard, ray, plaice and dabs.
Beach Fishing / Beach Casting
It should be noted that in summer the beaches are very
popular with bathers and holidaymakers so beach and times should be
chosen with some care.
The Bude breakwater and Crackington Haven
are good marks for codling, flat fish, mackerel, whiting and dogfish.
Widemouth Bay also offers good fishing.
Crooklets, Maer and Northcott Mouth are
good beaches fished at two hours before low water and on the incoming
tide, mostly for skate and flatfish.
Perranporth offers several miles of good beach
for all flatfish as does Holywell Bay and Crantock. Watergate
Bay is fine for ray, turbot and plaice as is Mawgan Porth and Constantine.
Beware of weed which is sometimes brought onto Portreath
and St Agnes. Chapel Porth is good for ray and turbot with other beaches
providing plaice, dab and flounder. Perranporth Beach is also popular
with holidaymakers so avoid busy times: late evenings and early mornings
will give excellent sport.
Sea Fishing The North Coast has an abundance of charter
boats available, particularly in Padstow, Port Isaac and Newquay.
River Game & Stillwater Trout Fishing
Brown trout, grayling, and the occasional dace can be
taken by fly on the Upper Tamar between Kingford Mill and Bridgerule.
Salmon sea trout and brown trout on the Rivers Tamar,
Ottery, Inny and Carey. Permits from The Fishing Department, Homeleigh
Garden Centre, Dutson, Launceston.
Crowdy Reservoir is good for budget fishing for rainbow and brown
Bodmin is the centre for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on
the River Camel.
The River Fowey, 2 miles at Lanhydrock, for salmon and sea trout
from 1st April to 30th Sept.
Salmon, sea trout and brown trout from the East and West Looe Rivers
(also Rivers Fowey, Lynher, Inny, Seaton and Camel) from 1st April to
Salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the River Fowey from 1st April
to 15th December.
Salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the River Inny,
near Launceston from 1st March to 14th October. Early and late
are the best times in the season for salmon with sea trout in the middle
Lower Tamar Lake and Crowdy are no longer
trout fisheries. Lower Tamar lake is now coarse fishing and Crowdy is
free fishing to anyone for trout as its not stocked with fish anymore.
Acres Coarse Fishery, White Cross, Newquay (01726 860220).
There are 15 lakes covering more than 36 acres offering the best variety
of coarse fishing in the country. The lakes are fed by natural springs
and provide a superb fishing habitat, surrounded by spectacular parkland
Upper Tamar Lake, Kilkhampton offers 81 acres stocked with
rudd, carp, tench, bream and dace. Open all the year, day and night
tickets are available.
Bude Canal has roach, rudd, dace, perch, tench, carp and
Dutson Water, 1.5 miles north of Launceston on the A388,
for mirror, common (many doubles), crucian, tench, bream, golden orfe,
rudd, etc. No ground bait. Parking and toilets adjacent to lake.
Tredidon Barton Lake, 5 miles west of Launceston on A395
for two well stocked lakes with carp, tench, roach, bream and ghost
Required - Perranporth and Newquay - Notackle Required offers
all inclusive coarse fishing days where all equipment, licences, lake
fees and technical support are part of the package. All you have to
do is bring yourself and for a single daily charge we will do the
rest. We cater for individuals, family and party groups as well as
office and corporate outings.
Bolingey Lake, near Perranporth. 4 acres of coarse fishing
for carp, tench, roach, perch and eels from 1 hour before sunset to
1 hour after. No close season.
Park, Crantock. Two on-site coarse fishing lakes of 1 and
3 acres and another 1.5 acre lake nearby.
Porth Reservoir, near Newquay. 40 acres stocked with bream,
rudd, tench and carp. Season open all year (24 hours). Self-service
permits in car park.
Mawgan Porth Pools Lake. Set in a small seaside village,
to the north of Newquay, cornwwall. Our Lakes have wooden platforms
with paths which lead to & from the car parking area, so that what
ever age or disability, you and your loves ones will be able to enjoy
the peace & beauty of the county side.
The coarse fishing Lakes are natural very beautiful, the wild life
is in abundance, there are turquoise blue king fishers & elegant herons.
Day tickets, are £6.00, we open from 7.30 in the morning until dusk,
we hire equipment.
The Lake is stocked with Carp, Tench, Bream, Blue & Golden Orfe. Contact
Janet on 01637 860770 for satnavs TR84B
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Prussia Cove and Cudden Point are
good marks at night for mackerel and conger.
Penlee Point between Newlyn and Mousehole
provides record catches. The areas between Mousehole and Lamorna,
Penzer Point and Carn Du are also favourite marks. Penberth Cove, Logan Rock and the rocks below the Minack Theatre
are also good marks.
Pedn-men-an-mere, Porth Chapel, Porthgwarra
and Mill Bay, near Land's End offer good sport.
The cliffs to the west of St Ives
are for the expert only, access to the
marks here involving a steep climb sometimes with the aid of a rope.
Aire Point, Cape Cornwall, Portheras, Clodgy Point and Man's Head
can give good sport.
Contact local angling clubs for advice.
Perran Sands and Eastern Green Beach
near Marazion offer flatfish and ray. The piers and dock area of Penzance and Newlyn offer a wide variety
of species with Lariggan Beach offering good flatfish after dark. The pier at Lamorna, the niche between Porthcurno and Logan
Rock, the beaches at Sennen offer flatfish, turbot, gurnard
Exercise great care if fishing off the breakwater at Sennen which is
often awash. The beaches at St Ives are crowded with holidaymakers during
summer and all are best fished in the late evening and early morning.
Boats are available from Penzance, Newlyn
and St Ives and offer a variety of options for the visiting sea angler.
River Game and Stillwater Trout Fishing
Drift Reservoir, Penzance offers 65 acres of fly fishing
for brown and rainbows. Season is from 1st April to 12th October.
Newsletter available on request.
Boscathnoe, nr. Penzance is an old established fishery
producing a good mixed bag of fish. Open all year.
St. Erth Fishery, St. Erth, Penzance has a 2.5 acre lake
for large carp, tench, bream and roach. Open all year.
Bill's Pool, St. Erth, Penzance is a 2 acre lake for roach,
tench, rudd, bream and eels.
Choone Farm, St. Buryan, Penzance offers 2 lakes with carp,
tench, rudd and roach.
Bussow, nr St Ives is popular with holiday anglers. Open
all year, 24 hours a day.
Good rock marks abound from Pendennis Point to Penhale.
Those mentioned all require care.
Pendennis Point is a good mark for wrasse and
pollock, as is St Anthony's Head which, on autumnal nights, is
an excellent mark for black bream.
Porthallow offers good marks for coalfish and conger.
A superb mark for night fishing are both the Lizard and Trewavas
Head where wrasse, mackerel and conger are good sport.
The Prince of Wales Pier, Falmouth fishes well
at night for pollock, mackerel and flounder.
Trefusis Point, Flushing for wrasse, pollock,
mackerel and the occasional ray.
Coverack provides pollock, garfish and mackerel;
try for conger and bull huss at the breakwater at night.
Many chartered boats are available from Falmouth,
particularly on Prince of Wales Pier and through the local tackle shops.
Most harbours in this area have many boats which sail from them.
On the Roseland Peninsula, Mevagissey was once
the fishing heart of the south Cornish coast. Mevagissey is the ideal
spot to fish from, anglers can fish from the outer quay or use one of
the self hire boats to go fishing for an hour.
Longer fishing trips are available on one of the many
charter boats that sail from from Mevagissey harbour, an hours mackerel
trip, a half day or whole day fishing - or cruising, taking in the scenery
with a chance of seeing basking sharks, dolphins and seals
There is a fishing tackle shop where you can book angling
trips - The Mevagissey Angling Centre.
River Game & Stillwater Trout Fishing
Gwarnick Mill Fly Fishing Lake is 1.5 acres, stocked with
rainbow trout at St. Allen, Truro.
Stithians Reservoir off the A393 Penryn/Redruth Road has
274 zoned acres offering all types fishing for natural brown and rainbows.
. tel: (01209) 860301
Argal Reservoir, Penryn has 65 acres
of coarse fishing. There is a picnic area. facilities for the disabled,
toilets, play area and wooded walks. tel: (01209) 860301
Trenestrall Lake at St. Mawes has 2 acres for roach, carp
and tench on the King Harry Ferry road
Middle Boswin, Porkellis off the A394 Falmouth/Helston Road
is open all year for common, mirror, carp, tench, roach, rudd and
Wheal Grey, Praa Sands, Penzance has a 4 acre lake stocked
with rudd, roach, bream, carp, perch, tench, gudgeon and eels. Open
The Swallow is a Lochin 38, it is
one of the most spacious and stable boats here at LOOE.
From a family of fishermen I have grown up with the sea.
I have had an RYA Yatchmasters and a passion for angling.
We offer shark fishing, reef & wreck fishing, as well offer
species hunting. Available cabin seating, free tea and coffee
a cooker and a flushing toilet.
Skipper Name: MURRAY COLLINGS
Tel: 01503 265837 Mob: 07831616316
Family Fishing Holidays in The South
FISHING IN SOUTH EAST CORNWALL - LOOE,POLPERRO, FOWEY AND THE TAMAR
Good rock fishing from Gribbin Head (long walk
from car park), Black Head, Maenease Point, Goran Haven and Pencarrow.
Rame Head. Queener Point in Whitsand Bay
Special care must be taken.
Boats available from Fowey, Mevagissey and Looe. Looe
is fast becoming a household name for big game fishing for blue and
portbeagle shark. Other marks fish well for ling, cod, bream and conger.
Looe in South East Cornwall, is an ideal spot
for sea fishing, with Mackerel, Pilchard, Red and Grey Mullet, Pollack,
Ling Coalfish, Cod, Sea Bass, Pouting, Wrasse, John Dory, Whiting Gurnard,
Squid, Cuttlefish, Dogfish, Conger, Sharks (various species) all being
caught in the local waters.
A number of boats offer Mackerel fishing trips from 2½
hours upwards, both during the day and early evening. These boats operate
offshore in the bay, rods and bait provided.
Reef and Wreck fishing is available is available on the
larger boats and Shark and Conger fishing commences at the beginning
of June. The Sharks are tagged and released for conservation and scientific
Garfish, conger, mackerel, wrasse and pollack can all
be caught from beaches in this area from Cawsand, Whitsand Bay, Seaton,
Downderry, Plaidy Beach and Wallace Beach.
For flatfish try Par, Porthpean, Pentewan, Gorran Haven, Penare and
Boswinger beaches. Early morning and late evening will avoid the
The docks at Par provide good jetty fishing, permit
River Fishing (tidal)
The River Fowey offers some excellent marks including
the Blockhouse at the mouth of the river on the Polruan
The River Tamar offers numerous productive marks
including: Toproint, Wilcove, Saltash quay & pontoon, Landulph,
Halton Quay, Cotehele Quay.
River, Game and Stillwater Fishing
The River Fowey, 2 miles at Lanhydrock, for salmon
and sea trout 1st April to 30th September.
Salmon, sea trout and brown trout from the East and
West Looe Rivers (also Rivers Fowey, Lynher, Inny, Seaton and Camel)
from 1st April to 15th Dec.
Salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the River Fowey
from 1st April to 15th December. Day & weekly tickets on sale at Rogers
Tackle Shop, Bodmin; Tackle Shop, St. Austell; Penhaligons Newsagents,
Siblyback Water Park and Colliford Lake
for traditional fly fishing for stocked rainbows at Siblyback (bank
and boat) and traditional fly fishing for natural brown trout at Colliford
(bank fishing only). Ample car parking. Peninsula gift shop and tea
room. Siblyback Season 1st April to 31st October. Colliford Season 15th
March to 12th October.
Bake Fishing Lakes Trerulefoot Saltash PL12 5BW.
Carp, trout, Rudd, Roach, Dace and Gudgeon. Specimen carp lake with
mirror and common carp to 25lb, bream averaging 6lb. and tench averaging
3lb. Tel : 01752 849027
Shillamill Lakes, Lanreath, Looe off the B3359
for common, mirror, crucian, carp, tench, perch, roach and rudd in the
four lakes. No close season.
St. Germans-Badham Farm, St Keyne, Liskeard for
carp, tench, rudd and roach in 0.5 acre lake. Crafthole, Nr Torpoint - 2 acres of excellent Carp fishing. Limited
season permits and day permits available.
Mellonwatts Mill Fishery, Pensagillas Farm has
a 2 acre pond on main roads from Grampound to Mevagissey. Crucian, common,
mirror, carp, tench, roach, rudd and brown trout. Open all year dawn
Park, Crantock. Two on-site coarse fishing lakes of
1 and 3 acres and another 1.5 acre lake nearby. Tel. (01637)
Porth Reservoir, near Newquay. 40 acres stocked with
bream, rudd, tench and carp. 5eason open all year (24 hours).
Self-service permits in car park. Tel: 01209 860301
Gwinear Pool, Gwinear farm, Cubert, Newquay. (01637
830165) Goonhavern coarse fishing lake, Goonhavern, Nr Newquay
Oakside Coarse Fishery, Summercourt, Nr Newquay (01637
Penvose Farm, Tregurrian, Newquay. Near Watergate Bay.
Rosewater Lake, Hendravossan Farm, Rose, Truro. (01872
Sharkey's Pit, Strawberry Lane, Joppa, Hayle. (off
the A30 Hayle bypass towards Hayle, onto Guilford Rd, onto High
Lanes then take Strawberry Lane . Follow for approx 2mls, Sharkey's
pit is on your right.
Trebellan Park Coarse lakes, Cubert, Nr Newquay, (01637
Glenleigh Farm Fishery, Sticker, St. Austell, carp,
tench, rudd etc. Directions:- from St Austell take the A390
towards Truro. Approx. 3 mls turn left at Ivor Toms Car Sales.
Half mile, at top of hill (before bus stop) turn left. Car park
is at bottom of hill on right hand side. Contact :- Claire Tregunna.
Tel: (01726) 73154
East Rose fishery, St Breward, nr Bodmin (new fishery)
Stocked with bream, tench, rudd, carp, roach. Tel :01208 850674
Lakeview Country Club, Old Coach Road, Lanivet, Bodmin.
(off main A30 on left before roundabout) 0208 831808
Innis Moor Country Club and Fly Fishery, (01726 851162)
Shillamill Lakes, Lanreath, Looe off the B3359 for
common, mirror, crucian, carp, tench, perch, roach and rudd
in the four lakes. No close season. Tel: (01503) 220271.
St. Germans-Badham Farm, St Keyne, Liskeard for carp,
tench, rudd and roach in 0.5 acre lake. (01579) 343572.
Bake Fishing Lakes Trerulefoot Saltash PL12 5BW. Carp,
trout, Rudd, Roach, Dace and Gudgeon. Specimen carp lake with
mirror and common carp to 25lb, bream averaging 6lb. and tench
averaging 3lb. Tel : 01752 849027
Far West Cornwall - Lands End
Boscathnoe, nr. Penzance is an old established fishery.
Tel: 01209 860301.
St. Erth Fishery, St. Erth, Penzance has a 2.5 acre
lake for large carp, tench, bream and roach.
Bill's Pool, St. Erth, Penzance is a 2 acre lake for
roach, tench, rudd, bream and eels.
Choone Farm, St. Buryan, Penzance offers 2 lakes with
carp, tench, rudd and roach. Tel: (01736) 810220.
Bussow, nr St Ives is popular with holiday anglers.
Open all year, 24 hrs a day. Tel: 01209 860301.