:: We’ll be announcing opening dates for the fishery in March. Need a break or planning a holiday for 2018? We have some short breaks available for you busy peeps. Scroll below for dates and limited availability for static caravans. Send us a message or call us for any enquiries :: 📍FULLY BOOKED – Easter […]
📣Need a last minute staycation? Fishing included too…. 6 berths available Grab the last few units in September and October before our season ends📣 ☎️ Enquire today! Send us a message or call 07510 545283 ☎️ Week Commencing 16th September £250 7th October £195 14th October £195
Find some time to catch a few at Luccombes Fishery. Quick, we have last few cabins available for August @ £350 per week. Day ticket fishing included! 5th Aug ~> 5 Berth (2 Bedrooms) 12th Aug ~> 4 Berth (1 Bedroom) 19th Aug~> 4 Berth (1 Bedroom) & 5 Berth (2 Bedrooms) Limited availability for September […]
UPDATES: FULLY BOOKED! Kindly enquire for other preferred dates. Plan ahead for the cooler, sunshine weather. Not enough time off? Come fishing @ Luccombes & enjoy the great outdoors! Due to unforeseen circumstances, we just received LAST MINUTE STATIC CARAVANS AVAILABILITY⭐️⭐️⭐️ Dates below for short breaks, call us today! 07510 545283 15th – 22nd July (5 […]
Dates for last minute static caravans. Fishing included. Call us to enquire! 24th June – 1st July (5 berth) ~> £40/night (3 nights min) or £250/week 19th – 22nd July (4 berth) ~> £120 (*Bedding & Linen not included)
Weather is getting better! Drop by for a spot of fishing or come for a holiday this Spring/Summer at Luccombes. We have Static Caravans available for: Week 27th May to 3rd June 2017 / Week 3rd June to 10th June 2017 / Week 24th June to 1st July 2017 Week 22nd July to 29th July […]
Our facilities are now closed down until next Easter, although the fishery is still open. Bookings are already being taken for 2017. Prices have not been increased. Please contact Richard on 01823 284990 if you want to book your 2017 holiday.
Everyone tells us that our fish are in pretty good condition – so thank you to everyone who handles fish appropriately. As a reminder or for anyone new to fishing, I found this useful article from Angler’s Mail: How to care for your catch