Fishing Lake in Merseyside

Find a Place to Fish in Merseyside

Find out where to fish – ALWAYS BEST TO GIVE THEM A RING – search for the best places to fish near you, local fishing spots, using our fishing lakes directory.In addition, learn more about species that can be caught in these waters as well as places to buy fishing tackle, licenses, equipment etc. from our friendly experts listed here.

Barnacre Fishing Lake, Barnacre Barnacre Lane, Wirral, CH46 5NJ
Tel. 07753 807611

Fishing Lake Merseyside

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Covering the following areas in Merseyside: Aylesford, Chatham, Faversham, Gillingham, Maidstone, Queenborough, Rochester, Sheerness, Sittingbourne, Snodland, West Malling

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You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

‘Your job is to box them up, ice them down for the journey and then get them on that ruddy train. Clear?’
‘Clear as day, Major Jackson. Can I suggest the Munro killer this morning?’
‘I always fish a blue charm! There’s my box; I’ve every size we’ll need, on singles and trebles, so make sure you look after them. Now, where do I start on this pool?’
‘Just follow me, Major Jackson.’
Jackson followed Murdo up the bank. ‘And one more thing. I don’t want any fish with holes in their bodies; it affects the price terribly. So no gaffs: all fish must be caref

Youngsters like nothing better than experimenting with fishing techniques and learning from experience. Reading magazine articles can conjure up dreams of catching a monster; and just occasionally, the dream comes true …
n the 1960s, when boys were still allowed to go off fishing on their own, Greg and Richard were given permission to fish in a beautiful private lake in the grounds of a manor house on the border between Surrey and Sussex in southern England. They had no real idea what fish were in the lake and, at 10 years old, they only had very basic angl

‘Conger,’ said the skipper confidently.
Barry nodded, trying hard to pump the fish away from the wreck. ‘Good one too by the feel of it.’
As is often the case with big conger, it became a dour fight, with Barry winning back line, only to lose it again as the fish bored back towards the wreck. A war of attrition ensued for a good 20 minutes before the eel finally broke surface.
‘Blimey!’ cried the skipper. ‘We ain’t had one that big for years!’
The conger kept shaking its head and body like a snake, trying to move backwards across the surface away fro

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

Aigburth, Ainsdale, Aintree, Allerton, Barnston, Bebington, Bidston, Billinge, Birkdale, Birkenhead, Bold Heath, Bootle, Brimstage, Bromborough, Caldy, Childwall, Churchtown, Clock Face, Crank, Cronton, Crosby, Crossens, Earlestown, Eastham, Eccleston, Ford, Formby, Frankby, Freshfield, Garston, Garswood, Gateacre, Gayton, Grange, Grassendale, Greasby, Great Crosby, Halewood, Haydock, Heswall, Hightown, Hoylake, Hunt’s Cross, Huyton, Ince Blundell, Irby, Kirkby, Knotty Ash, Knowsley, Litherland, Little Crosby, Liverpool, Lunt, Lydiate, Maghull, Marshside, Melling, Melling Mount, Moreton, Moss Bank, Mossley Hill, Netherton, New Brighton, New Ferry, Newton-le-Willows, Oxton, Pensby, Port Sunlight, Prenton, Prescot, Raby, Rainford, Rainhill, Rainhill Stoops, Roby, Rock Ferry, Saughall Massie, Seacombe, Seaforth, Sefton, Southport, Speke, St Helens, Storeton, Sutton Leach, Thatto Heath, Thornton, Thornton Hough, Thurstaston, Upton, Wallasey, Walton, Waterloo, West Derby, West Kirby, West Park, Whiston, Wirral, Woodchurch, Woolton