West Midlands

Packington Fisheries, Meriden

Packington Fisheries at UK FishermanPackington Fisheries offers coarse, carp and trout fishing and are located in mature landscapes on the Packington Estate in the Heart of England at Meriden.

The trout fishery comprises six lakes - all with superb scenic appeal and are well stocked with fin perfect Rainbow and Brown Trout. The coarse fishery consists of seven pools, four stock ponds and a stretch of the River Blythe. The fishery is permanently manned and the ticket office is stocked with a small amount of tackle, bait and refreshments. There is easy access for disabled anglers and fishing tuition is available at the fishery with a resident professional coach.

Address: Somers Road, Meriden, Coventry, West Midlands CV7 7PL, England, UK
Species: carp, bream, roach, rudd, tench, crucian carp, eels, rainbow trout, brown trout
Tel: 01676 522754 (trout enquiries), 01676 523833 (coarse enquiries)
Prices: visit website for latest fishing prices
Website: www.packingtonestate.net


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