Tregonetha Lake is a beautiful 2 acre lake, with two peninsulas and two small islands. It’s the ideal place for anglers of all levels to enjoy fishing.

Double Pegs Now Available

Our double pegs are approximately 9m x 5m, plenty of room for 2 anglers to enjoy fishing.

To book a double, click on the availability calendar and go to the drop down menu to find “Double Peg”

Click on the calendar to book…👇🏼

Lake Fishing Availability Calendar

Fishing Prices

New price for fishing as of 1st May 2024:

Day Ticket £10.00, Under 15’s £5.00

Double Peg £20.00 (2 adults) 

(7am to 7pm)

Night Ticket £10.00, Under 15’s £5.00

Double Peg £20.00 (2 adults)

(7pm to 7am)

The Fish

The lake was created and stocked 30 years ago but wasn’t commercially fished until we opened on 2nd January 2024. So far, we have discovered immaculate Common, Mirror, Crucian and Ghost Carp as well as Roach, Rudd and Bream. The biggest Common Carp so far is 12lb but who knows what else lies beneath? Is there a 30 year old monster in there?


The angler who catches the largest carp before the end of September 2024 wins a free weekend camping and fishing for two. Photo of the fish and the weight will be required to enter.

Fishing Rules

  • All day tickets or night tickets must be purchased online prior to arrival
  • Anyone found fishing without a day tickets or night tickets will be prosecuted
  • Please keep to the designated paths
  • We allow well behaved dogs which must be kept on a lead at all times
  • All litter must be removed
  • Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please do not use the boat without prior permission
  • Maximum of 2 rods per angler
  • No rods are to be left unattended
  • Anyone fishing the lake must hold a current rod licence
  • All nets, slings and unhooking mats must be dipped in the dip tank before fishing
  • Barbless or Micro-Barbed hooks only
  • No fixed leads or lead-core leaders
  • No keep nets
  • No carp sacks
  • No tiger nuts
  • Landing nets and unhooking mats are compulsory
  • All anglers must carry a carp care kit and use it if necessary
  • When taking photos, please do so kneeling, do not stand up holding a fish
  • All fish must be returned quickly and carefully, alive to the water, anyone found removing fish from the premises will be prosecuted
  • We have CCTV in operation, please use common sense and respect whilst on the premises