Fishing at Redlands Lake
Information about fishing at Redlands Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Twyford.
Redlands Lake is a small still-water set in woodland in the Twyford area providing coarse fishing via season ticket. For the club’s webpage for this venue click HERE. The venue is for beginner and pleasure angling, stocked with crucians, skimmers, rudd, roach and small carp.
|OWNER / CLUB:
|South Lake Angling Society
|Details of owner / club:
|Website of owner / club:
|HOOKS (usage rules):
|Barbed hooks only (barbless hooks smaller than a size 12)
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For the club’s rules webpage click HERE.
Species available in Redlands Lake
|GEN. CRSE FISH
Redlands Lake Location
Little Redlands is in a group of lakes to the west of Twyford, on the west side of the Loddon. It lies directly south of Redlands Lake and is bordered by the Old River (part of the Loddon network) on the west and the railway on the north. To the east lies Whistley Mill Lake. RG10 0RA. Accessed from Whistley Mill Lane. Twyford is sited in central Berkshire, to the north east of Reading.
Redlands Lake fishery location map: