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Permit and Ticket Prices – 2015 Season

Witton Castle Lakes – Permit Prices 2015

Opening Weekend – Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th March

Please see the home page post for winter ‘weekend only’ ticket prices (from 5th December)

Code Permit Details Ticket Price  BADAC Discount Price
  T 1 3 Fish Ticket – Kill 1st Fish – Max catch 15    £25  £22.50
  T 2 One Fish Ticket – Retain 1st fish – Max catch 15    £21  £18.90
  T 3 Adult & Child – 3 Fish Ticket shared catch (as T1)    £25  £22.50
  S 1 Full Day Sporting – c/r up to 15 fish    £16  £14.40
  S 2 4 Hour Sporting – Max catch 7 fish    £12  £10.80
  J 1 Under 17 One Fish – c/r 7 fish max    £10  £9
  J 2 Under 17 Full Day Sporting – Max catch 7 fish    £8  £5

 

River – DAY Ticket Prices

Brown Trout – March 22nd to September 30th …

and/or Grayling – March 15th to June 15th (incl):   £10.00

Salmon/Sea Trout – February 1st to June 30th:        £25.00

Salmon/Sea Trout – July/August:                                       £35.00

Salmon/Sea Trout – September/October:                    £50.00

Day Tickets available from Witton Castle Lakes (when open), from BADAC Membership Secretary or FishPal

All day (24hr) permits are valid from 6am to 6am

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. maddy #

    Hi

    What is condation of big lake is it still full of weed

    Maddy

    November 3, 2014
    • Hi There,
      The big lake is now under the ownership of Witton Castle/Shorewood Leisure Group and will be used for coarse fishing.
      But for a quick update on the state of the lake give the guys at the lodge a ring and they will be able to update you on its condition.
      Many thanks

      November 3, 2014
  2. Darren Joyner #

    Hi there is there any news on the corse pond ..any ides of prices and whats being stocked plz ..many thanks daz

    November 25, 2014
    • Hi Darren,
      As the coarse lake is now in the hands of Witton Castle itself we don’t have information on the what’s and when’s – so all enquiries will have to be directed to them or the Shorewood Leisure Group.
      But it is also worth trying the lads at the lodge just incase they may have heard something on the grapevine.
      Many thanks

      November 27, 2014

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