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If you’re looking for fishing in Coventry and Warwickshire, join us at Coombe Abbey Park and relax in the stunning surroundings while you fish in our spectacular lake.
Our helpful staff will be happy to assist you with any queries or concerns you may have on your fishing visit. They can also advise on what to see and do in the park that day.
Originally designed as part of the landscape by Capability Brown, our serene and beautiful lake is part of the designated Site of Special Scientific Interest which covers the heronry and protected woodland that line one side of the lake. It is now home to a wealth of wildlife and is an attraction all year round.
The lake is home to a wealth of wildlife including a variety of birdlife. What will you spot when fishing in Coombe Abbey Park?
The mature estate lake covers 80 acres within the 500 acre county park and is noted for its specimen pike, zander, carp, tench and bream.
Coombe Pool Fishery operates a traditional close season. The fishery is open for anglers from 16 June to 14 March. The Lindley Bank (season ticket holders only) closes on 31 December in keeping with the management of the heron standing ground in the area. Please note that there is strictly no pike or zander fishing permitted until 1 October.
Day tickets for fishing in Coventry and Warwickshire at Coombe Abbey Park can be bought from the car park at the Fishery, you will need to enter your rod licence number and bring correct change.
Season Tickets can be purchased from the Visitor Centre. If you would like to be added onto the mailing list to receive your application form and associated documents for fishing at Coombe Abbey Park, please email email@example.com or call 02476 453720. Please note, you will need two current passport photos and a current rod licence to buy a season ticket.
Season ticket prices:
Coombe Pool Fishery operates a strict ‘no guests’ rule. This means that only visitors who are actually fishing and hold either a valid day or season ticket and valid rod license may be in this area during the season.
If you have concerns about damage or danger to the natural environment, pollution to water or land, poaching or illegal fishing, or illegal removals from watercourses please report them to the Visitor Centre. Please also report it directly to the Environmental Agency.