Capernwray

Capernwray

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Capernwray is a 1.5 acre open water fishery situated 1 mile east of Borwick, Carnforth. Postcode for the fishery is LA6 1AH

Capenwray is open all year and is a WADAA member’s only. There are no Day Tickets available on Capernwray.

Shaped like an inverted keyhole and draining from the northern end into the River Keer, depths vary from a couple of feet, to around 8’ in the centre of the main bowl. Fishing is from sunrise to sunset and the site is accessed through a locked gate and has an area for member parking.

The Club stocks regularly with top-quality rainbow trout averaging over 2.5lbs but with plenty of fish in the 4lb – 8lb bracket.

Season

Capernwray is open all year round and is for WADAA members only.

Hours

Fishing is allowed from hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset.

There are wheelchair easy access platforms and wheelchair access for anglers.

Capernwray Fishery Rules

Permit holders agree to read and comply with the fishery rules as printed below and/or displayed on the fishery notice boards and to comply with the Environment Agency Fishery Bylaws. Failure to do so renders the permit invalid. You must carry this permit with you while fishing.

For full rules please follow this link: Capernwray Rules

Capernwray

Location

Follow the A6 south from Milnthorpe for approximately 5.7 miles. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Borwick Lane. After 0.8 miles, slight right to stay on Borwick Lane. Take the next right onto Capernwray Road. Follow the road for 1.1 miles, over the narrow bridge. After 100 yards the fishery entrance is on the right.

Postcode: LA6 1AH

Co-ordinates: 54.146314, -2.705370