Greenwood Fishery

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Set in eight acres of Cheshire heartland, Greenwood Fishery and Nature Reserve is a privately owned, non profit making, rural regeneration project. Not only anglers but their families, companions and the public in general are welcome to enjoy a truly relaxing experience in peaceful, natural surroundings. We have been systematically stocking the lake since 1981 with carp, tench, barbel, bream, chub, roach. rudd, dace, golden orfe, ide, and pike. All persons fishing must be in possession of a current Environment Agency rod license and follow the rules of the fishery.

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Take Junction 10 on the M56 and take the southbound A49 turnoff from the roundabout, signposted to Whitchurch and Tarporley. Drive on about a mile and a half looking on your left. The turning for Greenwood Fishery is on the left, slightly hidden, shortly after a petrol station and a white house, usually with several cars parked outside. Drive down a short track. There is a car parking area.


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Open all year for day and night fishing.

Prices (Day tickets):
Adult - 1 rodAdult - 2 rodsConcessions 1 rodConcessions - 2 rods
contact for fishery for night fishing bookings.


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Address: Greenwood Fishery, Norcott Brook Farm, Tarporley Road, Whitley, Cheshire, WA4 4DZ, UK.
Phone: +44 1925 730596

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