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Manor Farm is an extensive 100 acre fishery based in Central Bedfordshire. Consisting of 7 different fishing lakes & 18 birth caravan site.
All Anglers must make themselves aware of all the current rules via this link before booking https://anglingtrust.net/covid-19/
We are open for all Anglers for Day and Night fishing.
All bookings MUST be made online in advance for Track & Trace – tickets cannot be purchased at the ticket machine – do not arrive onsite without pre-booking as you will not be allowed entry.
Anglers must fish alone or only with members of their household in the swim – No other visitors – if they do not live with you do not invite them to ‘pop in and see you’ as we will then need to ask you all to leave site. Please do not visit other Anglers swims.
Please wear a mask when collecting your ticket at the kiosk and maintain social distance.
Masks must be worn whenever you are outside of your swim, including when moving to & from your vehicle.
Please carry and use hand sanitiser.
Socially distance at all times.
Do not visit us if you are feeling unwell or have come into contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid – you should stay at home and isolate. DO NOT put our staff or other Anglers at risk.
We retain the right to refuse entry to any Angler or Visitor if we have any doubts or concerns, including questions of residing locally & household mixing.
We all have a duty to protect everyone else and protect the right to fish so please do not try to bend the rules for us to then ask you to leave.
Manor Farm Lakes Team
Manor Farm Lakes is an extensive 100 acre fishery based in the heart of Central Bedfordshire, with easy access from the A1. Manor Farm Lakes consists of a range of 7 different fishing lakes with an 18 van touring caravan site with electric hook-ups.
A range of fishing experiences are catered for at Manor Farm Lakes including carp fishing for pleasure anglers and specialists, night fishing, fly fishing for carp, match and coarse angling as well as predator spinning, lure and deadbait fishing in the winter months. The River Ivel acts as the boundary along our eastern edge and is also available to fish with a good head of chub, barbel, pike and bream.