Thursday 21st May – Lenches Lakes Fly Fishing Report


  • Mayflies Mayflies, Mayflies – Bring your Mayflies with you , hatching on both lakes -
  • Not many fishing on Monday and Tuesday – darn weather!! All who braved it caught most resorting to down and dirty tacticswith Cats Whisker , Damsel and Montana variants but we did have a small brown sedge and a McKay nymph do the business too.
  • Topping up both lakes today with our fit and feisty two lb ers plus we are putting in ten 4lb pluses , one WHOPPER and a new Tattooed fish – this should be a good Bank holidays fly fishing -
  • You can fish from dawn to dusk – 05.30 hrs – 21.00hrs – If the Clubhouse is unmanned when you arrive please sign in using the envelopes which are in a tub on the decking infront of Clubhouse door.
  • The Summer Trophy competition on Sunday morning has eight competitors – the lakes are open to fly fishers who are not in the Summer Trophy too
  • The Summer Trophy 2015  Sunday 24th May 08.00 – 13.00hrs  – Meet 07.30 – Bacon sandwich, tea/coffee, Fishing starts at 08.00 hrs , 4 fish over 5 hours, 13.00hrs Finish. Entry £32 .   Twelve places Max . Please phone the Clubhouse 01386 871035 ,   , FB  to reserve your place – Three places left . – Simon’s barbeque to follow, please let me know if you would like to join us for lunch


  • Tight Lines - Amanda






    2015 Prices


Membership remains the same at £35 – Membership runs from 1st January to 31st December.

There is no pressure to become a Member – the advantage is that you receive reduced rates for fishing a £3.00 difference on all tickets – hence if you intend to fish at Lenches Lakes regularly over the next twelve months ( twelve tickets equals the cost of membership – i.e fish once a month it maybe worth your while.

I am keen to point out that Non – Members are welcome to fish and join the social competitions throughout the year.












Our little jewel in Worcestershire offers the Fly Fisher a peacefull and tranqil venue. Conservation plays a crucial role; benefits include increasing the entomology of the lakes, hence encouraging and establishing flourishing flora and fauna which inturn attract a diverse and fascinating range of birds and mammals.

We are a small privately owned Trout Fishery: the lakes  were first developed in 1971.  In 1992/3 the two lakes were drained and deepened opening for fishing in 1994.  They are well established and naturalised set amongst forty acres of unspoilt beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

The Lenches Lakes  offer a unnique picturesque  venue for functions such as Corporate Entertainment, Dinners,Lunches,Parties and Weddings


We are a certified Caravan Club Site offering five quiet pitches with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.

We welcome Tents and Motorhomes on another area of the estate also with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.









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