Warlow Ponds, located in Somerset, is a fishing complex with a historical background. These ponds were created through clay excavation in the early 1900s. The complex is jointly owned by Bridgwater Angling Association and Highbridge Angling Association.
Since its purchase in 1989, Bridgwater Angling Association has made significant improvements to the venue. The complex comprises three lakes: Railway, Snag, and Factory. Snag Lake is particularly popular for match-style fishing, offering a well-stocked environment for an engaging fishing experience. While the other two lakes are primarily known for carp fishing, match anglers can also find enjoyment and success in these waters.
Warlow Ponds serve as a collaborative effort between Bridgwater Angling Association and Highbridge Angling Association, ensuring the maintenance and development of the venue for the benefit of anglers in the region.