The fishery is open open from dawn until dusk and there is plenty of parking space.
The fishing lodge at Birch House Lakes sells hot egg, bacon or sausage sandwiches plus tea, coffee and cold drinks between 9.00am and 1.00pm in summer as well as sweetcorn and pellets whenever the lodge is open. There is also a ladies and gents flushing loo.
Most of the waters are suitable for disabled anglers.
The baliff – Pat is always on hand to offer help and advice
The Birch House Lakes fishery started 30 years ago now includes nine lakes and 14 acres of water – with room to spare for the possible addition of other waters in the next few years.
Part of a 1,030-acre arable farm which produces potatoes and cereal crops, the fishery occupies 15 acres and provides a mix of pleasure and match angling on new and established waters thereby appealing to most anglers.
There are carp to an impressive 34lbs in Kingfisher Lake and to over 25lbs in Osprey whilst many rank and file mid-sized fish are caught weighing well into double figures.