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Wood End Farm
Wood End Farm has two established lakes (Alder & Willow) which were dug & stocked in 2011.
Each lake has designated pegs which have platforms. In total, there are 31 pegs across both lakes.
Upper Rivington Reservoir
Upper Rivington Reservoir is situated centrally in the Rivington chain of reservoirs,
on the West Pennine Moors in Lancashire, England between Rivington and Anglezarke.
Twin Lakes Fishery
Southport and District Angling Association has exclusive rights to this popular water.
Consisting of two lakes of 4.7 and 5.6 acres with depths to 18 feet.
Three Pools Waterway
The Three Pools waterway is a wide but shallow drain and,
in parts, forms the administrative boundary between Sefton and West Lancashire.
Rufford Canal
The S&DAA has the fishing rights to the branch of the Rufford Canal from the area
below Plox Brow, Tarleton south to the bridge at Fettlers Wharf Marina, Rufford.
River Ribble
At Church Deeps, care is needed while accessing fishing pegs due to the steepness of the river bank.
It is recommended that anglers travel light.
River Darwen
Our stretch of the Darwen is from the Winery Lane bridge round onto the River Ribble
for about 175 metres.
River Crossens
The River Crossens or the Sluice as it known locally is the longest and deepest drain of the Association waters
which was originally dug in 17th century to drain the waters of the vast Martin Mere.
Jackmere Lane Lake
A comfortable and pleasant mixed fishery approx one acre in size. The water contains roach, bream,
tench, pike, perch and eels.
Back Drain
The Back Drain is a shallow water that's runs adjacent to main River Crossens that is day ticket water with fishing platforms.
There are tench to ten pounds , large bream and double figure pike.
Anglezarke Reservoir
The vast Anglezarke Reservoir is situated east of Chorley, Lancs
nesting on the borders of The Pennine Way.