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Furzemill Lake, Margam

Furzemill Lake at UK FishermanFurzemill Lake offers carp and coarse fishing and is set within a nature reserve in Margam Country Park in Neath Port Talbot, Wales.

A maximum of 8 anglers pemitted, per day, including juniors. Anglers under 14yrs must be accompanied by an adult. A current Environmental Agency (NRA) licence is required and must be presented at permit purchase. There is a platform for disabled anglers - please check availability before your visit.

Furzemill is a nature reserve - please assist by keeping this area clean by taking away your litter. The far side of the lake, opposite the dam and pegs, is a conservation area where there is strictly no fishing.


  • Address: Furzemill Lake. Margam Country Park, Margam, Neath Port Talbot SA13 2TJ, Wales
  • Species: carp, bream, rudd
  • Tel: (01639) 881 635
  • Day tickets: check website for latest fishing prices
  • Website: www.margamcountrypark.co.uk




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