Barlow Fishery

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Barlow Fishery: Barlow Trout and Coarse Fishery is set in 50 acres of beautiful secluded valley and comprises of four trout lakes, four coarse lakes and a fresh water brook. All of the trout lakes are dry fly catch and release and are under ten feet deep in depth, the brook is just under one mile long and is good for catch and release brown trout. With hard standing paths and roads, the fishery remains practically mud free, even after the heaviest rain, disabled anglers will find flat and easy access to the coarse lakes. Best tactics are natural flies include mayfly, olives, hawthorn and daddies, recommendation is black buzzer, dry fly, montana and damsel nymph, rules are barbless hooks only and boobies are banned.

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Barlow Trout And Coarse Fishery


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From the M1, the most suitable exit is at junction 29. The fishery is located in the north Derbyshire village of Barlow on the B6051, mid way between Chesterfield and Owler Bar near Sheffield. Look out for our signs at the west end of the village near the bus stop.


Chesterfield railway station is approximately four miles away.


Opening times:

Open all year, dawn to dusk.

Prices (Trout Lake):
Full day 4 fish6 hours 3 fish6 hours 2 fish

Prices (Coarse Lake):
Full day Afternoon tickets after 1.0pmEvening ticketsConcession

Tickets are available bankside, bailiffs come round and collect at regular intervals.


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Address: Barlow Trout and Coarse Fishery, Barlow, Dronfield, Derbyshire, S18 7TJ, UK.
Phone: +44 114 289 0543

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