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Redlands Lake, Twyford


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.

Location

Redlands Lake is in a group of lakes to the west of Twyford, on the west side of the Loddon. It is bordered by the Old River (part of the Loddon network) on the west (part of the ticket) and the railway on the north. To the east lies Whistley Mill Lake. RG10 0RA. Accessed from Whistley Mill Lane.

Redlands Lake fishery location map:

Description


Redlands Lake is a tree-lined water in Twyford area providing coarse fishing via season ticket. For the club’s webpage for this venue click HERE. Large carp, bream and tench are present.

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Details

OWNER / CLUB:
South Lake Angling Society
Details of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
Website of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
TICKET
Season ticket
SEASON:
All year
ROD LIMIT:
3 rods
BAITBOATS ALLOWED:
No
BOATS ALLOWED:
No
DOGS ALLOWED:
Yes
NIGHT FISHING:
Yes
HOOKS (usage rules):
KEEPNETS:
Yes
SIZE:
8 acres
Information:
Use our species pages to find the fisheries that suit you: CARP, PIKE, TENCH, TROUT, CATFISH, BARBEL. Use search options for different categories such as day ticket, night fishing and season ticket.
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For the club’s rules webpage click HERE.

Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WGHT
CARP YES 36lb
PIKE YES
CATFISH
TENCH YES 9lb+
BREAM YES 8lb
BARBEL
CHUB
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD YES
DACE
ROACH YES
PERCH YES
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. CRSE FISH

Nearest pub

The Lands End, Landsend Lane, Charvil RG10 0UE.

Twyford area page

See town/village/area pages for weather report, nearest supermarkets and tackle shops.

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