All holidays, properties and
accommodations are listed by county.
This section of the site is where to find angling holidays in England.
contact details for hotel accommodations, self catering fishing
holidays, bed and breakfast, guest houses, caravan and camping sites suitable or
specifically for a fishing holiday in England. Listed vacations
and holiday accommodations are the perfect base for the angler and
provide excellent coarse, carp, sea and fly fishing either onsite or
nearby. The price for some
properties includes exclusive
onsite private fishing for guests, while other accommodations may offer
free or reduced price
permits for nearby fisheries.
If your looking for a holiday with your family as well as fishing,
check out the amenities offered by property owners. In England there are
numerous holiday parks with facilities for the family and children
with lakes onsite for the angler. Unless specifically
dedicated to anglers there is almost always something for the non anglers in the family to
do. . . .
The counties of
England offers all types of angling and when it comes to choosing
where to go or where to stay anglers are spoiled for choice. Coarse, carp, fly fishing for trout and sea angling are
all available in England
Coarse fishing for roach, bream and pike in the slow
flowing waters of the fens; Barbel fishing holidays on the Severn;
Trout fishing in small chalk streams and becks. Whatever your
preferred style of fishing or type of holiday accommodation it
can be found in England
The river Severn, which is the longest river in Britain and the river
Trent are renowned for their specimen Barbel, Chub and Zander. Good
roach and bream catches are also caught each year.
The river Witham, Welland and river Nene are home to some big shoals
of bream and roach and these waters are well liked by the predator
angler for the big pike they hold.
Other major rivers, the Great Ouse and Stour offers fishing for many
species of coarse fish.
The river Frome in Dorset is the water where the current record
Grayling was caught (although these records have not been updated for
some years now)
There are many other rivers, chalk streams, canals and stillwaters
with great fishing opportunities for both coarse fishing and game
fishing for trout and grayling.