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Coombe Pool Fishery


Latitude: 52.41298 | Longitude: -1.42175

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Coventry, Warwickshire



Lake noted for Bream, Tench, Roach, Carp and Pike fishing.


This stunning  lake is 85 acres and set in SSSI woodland.
The season runs from June 16th to March 14th.
Day tickets from the machine and Season tickets from the Visitor Centre.

Please call Fishery Officer Jake Davoile on 07968087971 or email at for more information.
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The fish
Carp to 35lb (although there are rumours of bigger!)
Zander to 19lb
Pike to 26lb
Bream to 11lb
Crucians to 4lb 8oz
Tench to 9lb
Plus lots of quality Roach and rudd coming through

No dogs
No fires
Only livebaits caught on site may be used
Livebaits and deadbaits prohibited until Oct 1st
Large landing nets and unhooking mats are compulsary for anyone fishing for specimen fish.

Adult day tickets from £5.50, Juniors at £2.70, and Season tickets from £43.35
Location is certainly the key on this large lake.
Accurate baiting and sticking it out till the end of the day also makes a big difference.

Key Species:

  • Bream
  • Tench
  • Roach
  • Carp
  • Pike
  • Zander

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Great predator and bream venue but hard for carp but weedy around most of the lake so tackle up strong to cope with weed


Bring a trolley or light gear to be mobile/be able to walk. Pegs right in the woods are awesome for bream/roach. Quality fish. Always has been a difficult lake for specimen hunting, both carp and pike/zander. But if you can land on them, you'll catch. Put the work in here and you get rewards. Watch out for the new ticket machine in the car ticket anglers take plenty of change


For anyone thinking of going to Coombe these days, make sure you take plenty of change. Tickets are now not on the bank from the bailiffs but from a ticket machine in the car park....unless you want to hand over more to the bailiff on the bank! Weed is better than it has been. Pretty clear in the woods and stacks of roach to be had if you want a pleasure day.



The weir pool near the bridge is full of pike and 2 big bream and 2 small carp and loads of tench and silver fish and I seen someone catch an eel. That's where to go if u don't catch on the lake


Don't be afraid to ring the changes here. If you aren't catching, try lighter hooklengths and smaller hooks. Find the shoals of roach and you'll have a bumper day, fish a chuck











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