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 We are currently open for fishing 7 days a week 8am to 4pm

we ask all anglers to be leaving the fishery by the closing time so please allow yourselves time to pack away your equipment

Please pay for your fishing upon arrival.  We have simplified our pricing structure for coarse fishing as follows:

Coarse lake prices. 1 and 2 rods £10, £7 concession, junior (under 16) free if accompanied by a paying adult

Trout lake prices. Catch and release all day £15, 1 Fish £25 and 2 Fish £35.

Included in the above is the option to fish the river ver which is a fantastic chalk stream containing brown trout, catch and release only.  (The season for fishing the river is 1st April to 30th September only).


Situated in a picturesque and tranquil Hertfordshire location close to Redbourn, St Albans, Harpenden and convenient for the M1 motorway, Redbournbury Fishery offers Day Ticket Lake and River fishing. 

The river holds stocks of Wild Brown Trout that can be fished for on a Catch and Release Day ticket during the open season which is 1st April to 30th September inclusive in the given year. The Trout Lake is open all year round and offers Rainbow Trout (see 'Charges' for current ticket availability). 

Rainbows, up to 2lb fish are stocked on a monthly basis.  Fish caught that are over 3lb must be returned. The Coarse Lake is also Day Ticket and is stocked with Roach, Rudd, Perch, Chub, Bream, Barbel, Tench and various species of Carp weighing up to 25lbs.

  We are open every day apart from Christmas Day from 8am to 6pm currently (check clock on arrival for closing time).  The coarse lake can be booked for match and club use with a minimum booking of 10 pegs.  
 

 

We are open as normal right through the Christmas period, even on Christmas Day, should the urge take you or you wish to try out that new rod. 

Taster Sessions

We are pleased to now offer both fly and coarse fishing taster sessions please make contact by emailing the fishery - info@redbournburyfishery.co.uk

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"The best time to go fishing is when you can get away."

Robert Traver

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