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To Enjoy a Pleasure Fishing Holiday

Our 5 pleasure fishing ponds are situated on the southern edge of the City of Exeter, close to the South Devon coast.

Enjoy fishing all day long, and explore the great outdoors.

Important Notice

The fishery is currently on winter opening hours 8am - 5pm, from November - March. Day tickets £5.
Please register and pay exact amount at the self service booth before fishing.

About Us

Luccombes Fishery is located just a 10 minute drive from the M5, in the quite village of Exminster, close to the City of Exeter.

From here you'll be able to explore Devon's glorious countryside, seaside villages and beautiful coastlines.
You can easily hop onto cycle paths, including the Exe Estuary Trail and Dartmoor makes a great day out, being just a 30 minute drive away.

When you book a fishing holiday with us you'll have access to our 5 fishing lakes for the duration of your stay, refreshments are available from our on-site cafe. Our self catering, pleasure fishing holiday packages can be tailored to suit your requirements, whether you're looking for a tranquil fishing environment or a relaxing fishing break, for all levels and ages, individuals, couples and families.

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Day Ticket Fishing

Luccombes Coarse Fishery provides five well-stocked ponds for pleasure fishing. Day ticket fishing is included with all holiday packages.

Day ticket fishing is available to the public. A variety of fish are available including carp, crucian, koi carp, bream, trench, roach, perch and rudd.

No booking is required, first come, first served only.

Open from April - October 8am - 8pm. November - March 8am - 5pm.

Last entry: 6pm (unless arranged prior).

Latest News

The fishery is currenty on winter opening hours 8am - 5pm, from November - March. Day tickets £5.
Please register and pay exact amount at the self service booth before fishing.

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