Fishing at Winchcombe

Fishing at Winchcombe Club Site

Fishing at Winchcombe

A beauty spot in the heart of the Cotswolds. Famed for its chocolate box, honey coloured cottages and stunning 17th century churches. The campsite is perfectly situated to enjoy the towns of Broadway, Bourton-on-the-Water and Cheltenham.

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Winchcombe Fishing Fact File

On-site fishing Yes
Season 11th March – 15th January 2014 (from site open to close dates)
Licence required Yes, a rod licence from the Environment Agency available at the Post Office.
Type of fishing Coarse
Where Lake
Water depth 12 Foot
Type of fish carp, chub, roach rudd and tench
Is the water well stocked? Yes
Permitted bait bread, sweet corn, luncheon meat or bacon grill
Number of swims/pegs 12
Cost per day adult £6.60 / child £3.30
Cost Per week Adult £24.00 / child £12.00
Keep or release Release
Exclusive to campers Join the club png Yes
Any restrictions no maggots, casters, loose ground or floating baits, no barbed hooks or keep nets. All fish caught must be landed using a net. Maximum of two rods per ticket.
Nearest tackle shop Evesham or Tewkesbury
Recorded top weight 22lb carp

Winchcombe Fishing Gallery - 7 photos

Winchcombe Fishing Gallery

View of the on site lake A fisherman with a great catch Campers enjoying their time at the fishing lake View of the Lake and nearby pitches Hardstanding pitch adjacent to the lake Holiday Homes at the waters edge View of a fisherman on the lake

View of the on site lake View of the on site lake Lake on Site

A fisherman with a great catch A fisherman with a great catch

Campers enjoying their time at the fishing lake Campers enjoying their time at the fishing lake

View of the Lake and nearby pitches View of the Lake and nearby pitches

Hardstanding pitch adjacent to the lake Hardstanding pitch adjacent to the lake

Holiday Homes at the waters edge Holiday Homes at the waters edge

View of a fisherman on the lake View of a fisherman on the lake

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