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Find all kinds of Fishing activities in Leighton Buzzard, Biggleswade, Willington 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.

Bedfordshire Angling

Wing, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, LU7 0LF
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Lakeside Farm Fishery offers 2 lakes and a lodge for anglers.

The coarse lake is 2 acres and runs to a maximum depth of 14 feet. The second lake is 2 and a half acres and is stocked with tench, roach, chubb, ide and crucian carp.

It is a mixed fishery with something for the pleasure angler and those who are after the bigger fish.

Situated close to Leighton Buzzard on the South West Bedfordshire / Buckinghamshire border.
Tel: 01296 682201See our website

Chestnut Pool Fishery

Off Church Street, Landgford, Near Biggleswade, SG18 9QT
Tel: 01462 701865    Email:

A six-acre site featuring a 3 acre pool, tackle shop, toilet and car park next to the lake. The fishery has 30 pegs most have marginal features and a maximum 50-meter cast to one of the two islands. The lake is stocked to the optimum level which gives anglers the best chance of a great day's sport. Chestnut Pool is a true mixed English fishery. The fish stock includes Carp, Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch and Crucians.

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Water End Fisheries

Water End Fisheries, Water End, Maulden, Beds, MK45 2BD
Tel: 01525 403310

A mature coarse fishery with three canals holding different fish species. They include Canal 1. for the carp catcher. This has 33 pegs. Canal 2. holds rudd, roach, tench. perch with mirror, common, ghost and crucian carp. Canal 3. is similar to canal 2 but also has bream, chubb, gudgeon and dace.

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Manor Farm Fishing

Tel: 01767 317835       E-mail:

Manor Farm is a well established fishery offering a selection of 6 lakes plus a stretch of the River Ivel. A variety of types of angling are well catered for including specimen carp, fly only, match and pleasure angling. The site also offers a well stocked tackle shop open 7 days a week.

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Rackley Hills

Grovebury Road, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Tel: 01525 379 099   Web:

Rackley Hills lake is situated close to the Leighton Buzzard bypass, off the Grovebury Road. Although it is situated next to industry two sides of the lake are bounded by woodland and fields. The lake is enclosed by trees and offers a secluded environment in which to fish. Access to the lake is via the road leading to Grundfos Pumps. Anglers may park in the areas indicated on the map. Anglers may not park opposite the gates to Grundfos Pumps or block the gates in any way. Most swims are clearly bounded by trees and bushes, giving a secluded atmosphere to the water. Rackley Hills contains some large catfish and carp. The catfish grow to 60lb, with a good head of fish over 20lb. The carp are now growing well and fish over 30lb can be caught. There are also roach, bream, perch, gudgeon, pike and a few tench in the lake.

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Mentmore Road, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Tel: 01525 379 099    Web:

Tiddenfoot lake is an old sand and gravel working on the outskirts of Leighton Buzzard. The lake is in a 'countryside park' belonging to the District Council. The lake is very prolific, producing quality fish of many species. One side is shallow while the other three sides provide deeper water close in. The shallow side and some of the deeper water can be weedy but fishable water can always be found. The lake contains many species and is popular with all types of angler. During the 1997/98 season fish of the following species up to the indicated weights were captured. Carp to 40lbs, Catfish to 68lbs, Tench to 11lbs, Roach to 1.5lbs, Rudd to 3lbs, Bream to 10lbs, C. Carp 40lbs Perch to 3lbs. The lake is very popular with specimen hunters who fish for the catfish and carp. There is a large head of catfish to 68lb in the lake, with many fish over 50lb. The carp have been steadily growing and fish to over 30lb have been reported during recent seasons.

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Willington Lakes

Nr Dovecote, Willington, Bedfordshire
Tel: 01767 627607

Two gravel pits - Lake 1: 1.5 acre shallow weedy pit surrounded by trees and bushes. Popular with matchmen. Lake 2: 25 acre gravel pit with one island, up to 15' with considerable depth variation, about 10yrs old. Little bankside vegetation. Water coloured since 1998 when the Ouse flooded into it. Has fished well for silver fish due to colour. Secure car parking available with purchase of key from Blunham AC.

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River Ouse Blunham

11, Liscombe, Birch Hill, Bracknell, Berks, RG12 7BY

Tickets from Barnet and District Angling Club. Over a mile of beautifully secluded middle Ouse fishing. Chub to 6lb 9oz, Bream to 7lb, Tench to 8lb, Pike to 20lb, Roach to 2lb 9oz, Perch 3lb 2oz, skimmers, dace, bleak and gudgeon.

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Longholm Lake

Bedford Embankment, Bedfordshire, Mk40
Tel: 01234 227407   Web:

FREE FISHING. Very very hard fishing, most of the lake is closed through out the year. Few know carp about 25lb , but lake is very shallow and very silty. There are also boats on the water for recreation. Fishing can be ok for bream, and for perch and for general match angling.

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Summerfields Trout Fishery

Haynes, Bedfordshire
Tel: 01462 813209 

Man made reservoir, stocked weekly with Rainbow Trout.

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