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Lawn Farm Fishery: Elsworth.

Lawn Farm Fishery is a day ticket fishery located on the access road to Elsworth, CB23 4JX, Cambridgeshire and was established in 1999.

The fishery is a well-respected and popular family business. it covers four well established coarse-fishing lakes that contain carp, F1 carp, chub, bream, barbel, Ide, perch, rudd and tench.

Fishery Hours & Rules

Please see below for our opening hours and rules of the fishery. Thank you.

Opening Hours

Shop: 8am – 4pm
Fishery:
From: 8am (Winter 1st November – 28th February)
From: 7am (Summer 1st March – 31st August)
(Closing times vary throughout the year)

Lawn Farm Ticket Prices From 2024

• Adult 1 Rod – £8.00
• Adult 2 Rods – £11.00
• Over 65 1 Rod – £7.00
• Over 65 2 Rods – £9.50
• 16 and under 1 Rod – £7.00
• 16 and under 2 Rods – £9.50
• Mondays £5 1 rod, £7 2 rods (Excluding bank holidays)

Season Tickets

• Full season ticket – £160.00
• Concessions season ticket (Over 65) – £120.00
• 16 and under season ticket – £120.00

All season tickets last for  year from the day of purchase

Lawn Farm Fishery Rules

• Barbless hooks only (1 hook per rod)
• Each angler must have a landing net
• Each angler must have a unhooking mat
• No boilies or nuts (Wafers and popups can be used as hookbaits only)
• No BBQ’s or Fires
• No alcohol or drug use
• No dogs
• No night fishing
• No keepnets (except authorised matches)
• 16 metre pole limit
• All under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times
• Please fish from the designated platforms
• All tickets to be purchased from the shop before fishing
• All nets must be dipped in the dip tanks before fishing

Lawn Farm Match Rules

• Barbless hooks only (1 hook per rod)
• All keepnets and landing nets must be dipped in the dip tanks
• All nets to be laid out to dry behind your peg
• All nets can be placed in the lake 15 minutes before the start of the match
• 50lb net limit, anything over 50lb will be knocked back to 50lb
• Please keep silverfish in a separate net
• 16 metre pole limit
• No floating baits
• No feeding with a pole whilst another rod is in the water