Roxholme Trout Fly Fishery, located in the village of Carlton in Lindrick, North Nottinghamshire, England, was originally established in 2008 by Andy McDonald, the previous owner of Roxholme Grange. Under his ownership, it gained a reputation as one of the best small stillwater fisheries in the UK, known for its large trout reaching weights of up to 27lb. In 2014, Roxholme was voted the best small fishery.
Currently owned by David and Krystal Utting, the Roxholme Grange Trout Farm and Fly Fishery is a family-run business. The fishery is situated on private land owned by Roxholme Grange, ensuring a well-cared-for and maintained environment for anglers.
The lake at Roxholme Trout Fly Fishery is fully stocked with a controlled stocking policy in place. This ensures the fish remain healthy and are not adversely affected by overstocking issues. The fish stocked in the lake include Brown Trout, Blue Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Arctic Char, ranging in weight from 2lb to an impressive 21.7lbs.
Visitors to Roxholme Trout Fly Fishery can enjoy not only their fishing experience but also the beautiful surroundings of the fishery. Whether you’re an avid angler or a leisurely fisherman, the fishery offers a welcoming environment for all to enjoy.
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