Due to high demand Newland Hall Fishery is pleased to announce that we now offer an annual season ticket. This will allow you to fish at anytime, 24 hours a day, 365 days-a-year on all four lakes, including the specimen Osiers. It will also include a free Night Entrance Security Pass. The ticket will run for one-year from any chosen date and will normally cost £250. However, currently we’re offering the season ticket for only £200. (Under 16’s £100)
Please complete the “Season Ticket Application Form”, or contact Kelly on 01245 231010 during office hours (0900 – 1730, Monday- Friday) for details.
We are happy to “block book” a minimum of 10 specific swims. They will need to be paid for in advance at normal Day/Night Ticket Rates.
July and August 2019
Tuesday 16th July, 0600 – 1800, All Swims
Saturday 3rd August, 0600 – 1800, Swims 1 to 15.
Sunday 7th July, 0600 – 1800, Swims 1 to 10
Saturday 17th August, 0600 – 1800, All Swims
Saturday 20th July 0600 to Sunday 21st July 0600
Friday 26th July 1800 to Sunday 28th July 1800
Please note this page is updated regularly as bookings are taken.
Your Safety & Security
A Car Park Barrier will be down between 8pm and 6am each night.
Entrance onto the fishing lakes will not be possible during this time unless you posses a “Night Entrance Security Pass”.
You do not need a pass to night fish and anyone can exit at any time. You will only require a pass if you wish to enter the lakes between 8pm & 6am.
The passes are available for purchase at £10 (cash) on the bank from the bailiff.
All anglers are to park in the Fishing Car Park. Any vehicles parked elsewhere will be removed or clamped with a £100 release fee.
Throughout 2019 the Newland Hall Fishing Academy will be offering various fishing lessons and courses. These will be available to children and adults and will cover various aspects of coarse fishing, from complete beginners through to improvers and advanced carp angling.
All of the lakes have been netted recently to improve the catch rates in the Moat & Park Lakes, and the quantity and average weight of carp in the Brook and Osiers Lakes.