The fishery is set within the beautiful grounds of the Leigh Sinton Christmas Tree farm,click here to go to the web site, one of the country’s largest suppliers of live Christmas tree’s to both the home and commercial market.
We can be found on the B4503 Leigh Sinton Road, so come along and find your tree for next Christmas
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister on Sunday 10/05/20 we will reopen Leigh Sinton Fisheries on Thursday 14th May this week. All fishing pegs are 8-10 metres apart on the lakes. Please act safely & sensibly if you coming to the farm to fish. The cafe and tackle shop will remain closed, so payment is at the payment machine please in the main car parking area. Thank you.
Set in a site overlooking the picturesque Malvern Hills and surrounded by woodland, Leigh Sinton Fishery caters with the exception of game fishing, all other types of anglers.
The complex has been developed over a period of 40 years and is set in a 260-acre site specialising in Christmas trees.
The site consists of 6 pools which offer a wide variety of species of fish, including carp classified as specimen.
Club matches can be booked, by the peg or the whole pool, day tickets can be purchased as can a venue season ticket.
The complex is dog friendly and a large number of members of the public regularly walk their dogs on the site.
Walking groups and photographers regularly visit the site to walk or take stunning photos or pictures of the flora and fauna.
For walkers the site links to a number of public footpaths.
Non-fishing visitors are very welcome.
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LEIGH SINTON FISHERIES
All cars are parked at the owners risk and Leigh Sinton Fisheries will accept no responsibility for the damage or loss to such vehicles.
All personal equipment is the responsibility of the persons fishing and no responsibility will be taken for loss or damage of such items.
Leigh Sinton Fisheries accepts no responsibility for any personal fishing tackle and associated equipment used at the fishery which extends to both loss and damage. Tackle and equipment taken to pegs by any staff remains the responsibility of the individual.
All photographs taken on the fishery or people sending photographs of catches to the fishery could be published on the web site and therefore be excluded from any copyright acts. So called photographs could also be published in the national press or magazines.
No responsibility will be accepted for any accidents or injuries to persons – however it may be caused. This extends to, but is not limited to, day ticket, night syndicate and match customers whether fishing as a group (2 or more) or as individuals.
Please remember that however enjoyable angling can be, it can also be dangerous if care is not taken.