Guidance from the Angling Trust as of 7 January 2020
Fishing is allowed as exercise so long as participants adhere to the rules on staying local, gathering limits, social distancing and limiting the time spent outdoors.
One of the largest and most diverse fisheries in the Midlands with a total of 12 landscaped lakes.
An Environment Agency rod licence and a day ticket entitles anglers to fish with two rods from one peg. Please check the Fishing Lodge on arrival for any pool updates, lake bookings or fishery notices before purchasing your day ticket.
Gibsons, Cliff Pool South, Causeway, Mill & Pine Pools all have purpose built easily accessible pegs for disabled or less able anglers to use. You can park right next to most of these pegs.
Gibsons pool pegs are accessible via a gate with a RADAR key lock. Please lock the gate behind you & carefully drive around to the designated parking area.
Fishing day ticket prices
Warwickshire Country Parks are going cashless. You will now need to use the card only, pay and display machine at the Fishing Lodge to purchase your day ticket. Select the correct tariff for the lake you wish to fish and pay a single fee by card. Keep the fishing ticket with you for the rangers to check bankside.
You do not need to purchase a separate car parking ticket.
|Pine Pool (no conc.)||£9.50|
Regular Kingsbury Water Park anglers can purchase an annual permit to fish all waters throughout the year with the exception of Canal Pool which is not available for pike fishing until October 1. The permit includes an annual car parking pass. Annual permits are available from the Information Centre and run for 12 months between April 1st and March 31st each year. Anglers should note that two passport sized photographs are required when purchasing annual permits.
Bodymoor Heath Water, Cliff Pool South and Mill, Willows, Swann, Causeway, Heron, Kingfisher and Gibsons Pools
|Specimen Carp permit
Pine and all waters included with the Coarse permit.
|£150.00 (no concessions)||n/a|
To request a permit application form, please call 01827 872660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org