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Day fishing. Dawn until dusk.

One rod £6

Two rods £10

Night fishing is now for season ticket holders only.

*We now have a two rod maximum


Season tickets are available.

Monday to Thursday nights (fishing from Monday lunchtime to Friday lunchtime) £200 per annum.

Seven day/night tickets are £300 per annum

Call Harry Bosworth 07904 493417


Fishery Rules

Our rules exist to safeguard our fish stocks and ensure that you have an enjoyable visit to Naseby reservoir. Please read these rules carefully before you fish, as failure to observe the rules or acting in any way which interferes with others’ enjoyment or use of the lake, will result in the offender being immediately removed and banned from the fishery. All anglers are expected to be in posession of the appropriate EA rod licence. Anglers must obey all Environmental Agency bylaws and the terms and conditions of the standard angling agreement documents. Our bailiffs may ask to see that you have a rod licence.

  • All carp, pike or catfish must be returned to the water immediately, do not use keepnets or sacks to retain large fish.
  • No surface fishing.
  • Use consideration and common sense when casting. You will probably not be the only one fishing the lake!
  • Our fishery is not a toilet. Always have means of disposing of your waste responsibly, such as a spade /trowel with which to dig a hole.
  • No two man or large bivvies on the dam wall. Please leave room for anglers to get past on the path.
  • Killing fish and/or removing fish is an offence, and if witnessed, the perpetrator(s) will be reported to the police and Environmental Agency.
  • When returning fish to the water, you must use a sling, zipped unhooking mat or landing net regardless of the distance being carried.
  • All forms of fixed lead are banned - all leads must be free running
  • No braided mainline
  • Rods are not to be left unattended at any time or for any reason
  • Please be considerate when using buzzers; please turn the sound down as noise travels
  • You must be in possession of an unhooking mat for all forms of fishing.
  • All fish being photographed must be held over an unhooking mat at all times - photographs should be taken kneeling down under no circumstances should you hold fish standing up
  • Fish must be weighed using a sling, zipped unhooking mat or landing net.
  • Particles must be properly prepared
  • Take all litter, discarded line and unused bait home
  • Do not cut or otherwise damage bank-side vegetation
  • Do not disturb wildlife. Please advise a club bailiff as soon as possible should any wildlife become hurt or injured, hooked or entangled with line, or if line becomes snagged on trees or bushes or on any underwater snag during your visit in order that this can be immediately removed
  • We do allow dogs onto the fishery, however they must be kept on a lead at all times, you must clean up after them and they must not be noisy
  • Do not light any fires
  • Any abuse, threats, or foul language towards any of our bailiffs or other anglers will not be tolerated, and will result in an immediate and permanent ban. The same applies to any sort of dangerous behaviour or casting.



Harry Bosworth . Head bailiff

Chris Sumpter . Webmaster. Bailiff

Les Green. Paul Juba. Rich Grant . Scott Tyers. Hayley Andrews. Les Payne.



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