Game Fishing


We have a fine selection of fishing tackle and flies. We are stockists for SHIMANO, DAIWA & LOOMIS and have a fine selection of flies made by renowned Irish FLy Tyer Frankie McPhillips from Enniskillen.

Earnsdale (Dean) Reservoir, Darwen.

We sell day tickets for this trout fishery near Sunnyhurst Woods, Darwen. Tickets are £15 per person for the day. The reservoir has a good stock of Brown & Rainbow trout up to 5lb in weight. Anglers are allowed to take a maximium of 2 fish per day. Fly & Worm are the ONLY baits that can be used. Tickets are for anyone aged 18 years or older. To buy tickets from our shop a valid Fishing Licence must be produced all tickets are CASH only card payments will not be acceptable.

Curley’s Trout Fishery

Location: Wallsuches, off Chorley Old Road, Horwich, Bolton BL6 6PP.

The main reservoir is a 6 acre fly only water and is stocked with hard fighting, fully finned, triploid Rainbows, Blues and Goldies up to double figures.
A smaller 1 acre coarse lake stocked with lots of Sliver fish and perch.

Fishing from bank or floating pontoon, Tube fishing (booking essential)
Boats, Tackle hire, Dinning Room, Toilets & Secure Car Parking

Stocks Fly Fishery
Location: Clitheroe
Stocks Reservoir is the largest fishery in the north west of England. It offers fly fishermen superb quality trout, a setting of natural beauty and a friendly atmosphere.

Pendle View Fisheries

Location: A59 bypass, Barrow, Lancs BB7 9DH

Pendle View for Sport or Game Fishing on their  exclusive Fly Lake. Stocked with Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and a few other specimens, this lake is available to fish by the hour, half day or full day and a full range of tariffs apply to ensure you can achieve your goals without breaking the bank.

The River Ribble and its trout and salmon also provide fine sport for game anglers and its main tributary, the Hodder is well-known for its sea trout.

Further north, sea trout, trout and salmon can be found in both the River Lune and the Wyre.

For other fisheries in the area check out the ‘Where to Fish’ website at

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