Do you know the difference between a bream and a barbel? Or do you struggle to tell the difference between one end of rod and the other? Whether you’re an expert angler or a complete novice you can try your look in the small fishing lake at our park.
We’re no competitive coarse fishery here at Mena – and we don’t pretend to be. Our lake, with plants and lilies, is in a more natural state than most and is not the sort of bare lake that you see in some coarse fisheries.
Instead it is place where you can come and have a leisurely fish and see if you can land some the lake’s larger inhabitants.
If, however, you’re not one for competitive fishing and just want to introduce your children to this past time, then grab your net and see if you can scoop up some tiddlers in the shallow waters. Or you can simply relax on the grass, have a drink or a picnic and watch the world go by.
Fishing costs £3 per person, per day in low season, £4 per person per day in mid season and £5 per person per day in high season. You will also need to proof of owning an Environment Agency fishing licence.
We have a limited stock of fishing equipment in our shop but do not sell bait.