Belmont Valley Fishery, Lancashire

Belmont is a quaint town just north of Bolton, Lancashire. The most notable sight is St Peter’s Parish Church, a neo-gothic church with beautiful stained glass windows.

Belmont Valley Fishery is a fishery nestled in the heart of Northern England, between Bolton and Blackburn, and in the Belmont Valley. Nearby are the spectacular West Penine Moors and Winter Hill, with the iconic broadcasting mast. You can easily reach the fishery by following the A666 from Bolton to Egerton Rd.

Belmont Valley Fishery has two lakes. The first, Mallard Lodge, is a coarse water with Roach, Rudd, Perch, Bream, Golden Orfe, Tench and some Mirror or Common Carp. The other, Swan Lodge, is a specialist Carp water, with 5 pegs, one of which is a double. The lakes are situated in an area of 2.3 acres of land.