Brookside Lakes

Brookside Lakes in Cheshire offers two distinct fishing spots: The Specimen Carp Lake for pleasure fishing with big carp and roach, and The Match Lake stocked with various fish including carp and roach.

Each lake has specific rules and regulations, offering different experiences for anglers of all levels.

Brookside Lakes

Brookside Lakes, Brook Lane, Cheshire, WA4 4DP

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About Brookside Lakes

Brookside Lakes in Cheshire is a popular spot for carp fishing. The Specimen Carp Lake, also known as the top pool, is for pleasure fishing only. It has big carp weighing up to 28.0lb and roach up to 3.0lb. There are 36 spots to fish from, with options for hard standing or grass. The lake is 14 feet deep in the middle and has lovely views of the Welsh hills. No pole fishing is allowed and no kids under 16 are permitted. Recommended baits include luncheon meat, sweet corn, maggots, and bread.

The Match Lake, also known as the bottom pool, is stocked with a variety of fish including carp and roach. There are 30 fishing spots with steep slopes and depths reaching 16 feet. There is a small island in the middle with trees that attract lots of fish. You can use both poles and rods on this lake. On weekends, part of the lake is used for competitions so some areas may be off-limits. Well-behaved children are allowed on this lake.