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Nottinghamshire Fishing, Angling, Fly fishing, Sea Fishing, etc

Also covers Salmon Rivers, Trout Pools, Fly Tying, Tuition, etc in Nottinghamshire...

Find all kinds of Fishing activities in Mansfield, Newthorpe Common, etc

For fishermen who are interested in quietly sitting on the bank of a small pool, standing waist high in waders in a swift-flowing river, or fighting to land a large fish out at sea, this page is intended to list all the fishing venues in the area.

Nottinghamshire Angling

Sherwood Forest Farm Park Fishery

173 Sherwood St, Warsop, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG20 0HG
Tel: 01623 842617     Web:

Holmedale:- carp and roach. Cavendish:- roach to 1lb, bream to 3lb 8oz, rudd, perch and odd carp. Sherwood:- tench to 5lb, roach, skimmers, rudd, perch and carp. Pleasure nets to 30lb are common. Depths reach six feet. Corn, maggot, meat and caster score on pole or waggler. When all else fails, try a light feeder rig with either maggot or caster. Restrictions:- No bloodworm, joker, high protein pastes, boilies, peanuts and beans. Ground bait in moderation. Keepnets on Sherwood only.

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Wendy Gibson

47 Thorn Drive, Daisy Farm Estate, Newthorpe Common, Nottinghamshire, NG16 2BH
Tel: 01773 761645     E-mail:     

Fly tying group classes anywhere in the country by arrangement, night school classes in Nottinghamshire/ Derbyshire areas. Or if you require a fly dresser for your club, show or guild, please contact Wendy via the contact information above.

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Nottinghamshire Sea Fishing

Mansfield Brewery Deep Sea Angling Club


Fishing takes place on the East Coast, Devon, Somerset and Ireland.

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