Fishing Lake in Luton

Find a Place to Fish in Luton

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Henlow Bridge Lakes, Bridge End Rd, Henlow, SG16 6LN
Tel. 01462 812645

Manor Farm Fishing Ltd, Unit 5, Manor Farm, Great North Rd, Biggleswade, SG18 9BB
Tel. 01767 317835

World Sport Fishing Ltd, Tythe Farm Staploe Rd, Bedford, MK44 3AT
Tel. 01480 403293

Fishing Lake Luton

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Covering the following areas in Luton: Broadway, Droitwich, Evesham, Malvern, Pershore, Tenbury Wells, Worcester

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‘Come on, at least we can show willing. I’d prefer him to call it off rather than us, then we can decide what to do with the rest of the day.’
They donned jackets, over-trousers, caps and hoods, and walked down to the landing stage at the edge of Finlough. Peter was waiting for them, dressed as though he was about to attempt a walk to the North Pole, and the only thing out of place with the whole scenario was the wide grin across their ghillie’s face.
‘Morning. Ready to go fishing, then?’
‘Peter, you’re joking, aren’t you? I wouldn’t walk down the river

The grin widened. ‘You’ll wait your whole life for a day like this on the salmon. Trust me. The wind’s veering into the south and that alone means it’ll be worth a cast or two. Come on now, you’re both experienced enough to fish in this, otherwise I wouldn’t suggest it. It’s just a question of confidence.’
George shuffled his feet, not sure what to do. The whole idea seemed preposterous, and he was completely thrown by Peter’s enthusiasm.
He’d always been a great ghillie for them and was the first to voice his opinions when the chances were zilch. George w

he River Deveron, in Scotland’s Aberdeenshire, is not the place you would immediately associate with bizarre water monsters.
It is far more famous for its salmon and sea trout runs, and an excellent resident population of brown trout. Robert went for a week there every July, targeting the bright silver grilse that run the river straight off the tide at that time of year, together with a few late sea trout.
In July the weather can be bright, sunny and hot during the day, traditionally useless for salmon. However, Robert’s trips to the Deveron allowed him a

Full List of areas covered on our Luton Fishing Lake Directory:

Aley Green, Caddington, Calton, Chalton, Chiltern Green, Cockernhoe, East Hyde, Lawrence End, Leagrave, Lilley, Limbury, London Luton Airport, Lower Sundon, Lower Woodside, Luton, New Mill End, Pepperstock, Peters Green, Ramridge End, Skimpot, Slip End, Stopsley, Streatley, Sundon, Sundon Park, Tea Green, The Hyde, Upper Sundon, Wandon End, Wandon Green, Winch Hill, Woodside