Hundreds of pegs mean you’ll be spoilt for choice
BOASTING 15 waters and nearly 400 pegs, Partridge Lakes Fishery in Warrington is one of the North’s leading commercial fisheries in terms of what it offers to those visiting its banks.
Each lake has been meticulously designed with all types of angler in mind – so, whether you’re a big-fish hunter, pleasure angler or matchman, your desires are sure to be fulfilled during your stay here.
Partridge is especially popular with the match brigade, hosting big events including Fish O’Mania and Match This qualifiers, Supercup Semi Finals and the annual War of the Roses matches on a regular basis.
The venue also prides itself as being THE busiest premier fishery in the UK, with the highest turnouts for open matches – held every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Pensioner and disabled open matches are also held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and boast a superb attendance week in, week out. But if matches aren’t your thing, there’s lots of room to pleasurefish across many of the mixedstock waters. Lakes are always available to accommodate the pleasure angler, so you’re never short of a peg to empty!
Pole enthusiasts should head to canal-style lakes Spey, Marsh or Pine, where you can catch plenty of carp, F1s, tench and barbel by fishing down the track and tight to the far bank.
Willow, Piper, Tweed and Ribbon are perfectly at home with bomb and feeder work for carp and F1s and even the pellet waggler, which will be a popular tactic at the fishery over the summer!
Match results are updated daily on the fishery’s website and Facebook page, so you can check out the best pegs to head for. Get yourself down to Partridge – we guarantee you won’t be disappointed!
Contact: Bailiff on 07950 057613, or the office on 07469981743
Location: Partridge Lakes Fishery, Culcheth, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 4AQ
Prices: £7 a day, £6 concessions, £5 after 5pm, £10 a day on Holbar, £5 per additional rod, £420 yearly membership on Gold Lake
Rules: No keepnets, maximum barbless hook size 14 (size 12 on Holbar), two rods maximum per peg (three on Holbar), no braided lines, inline Method feeders only, no elasticated methods - except for Guru X-Safe, no fixed rigs, no boilies apart from Holbar in moderation (1kg per peg), no nuts, cat and dog food, bloodworm or joker, 1kg of groundbait allowance, no floating bait, no night fishing, no dogs allowed
Facilities: Numerous car parks, toilets, café, tackle and bait shop, disabled access