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Buckinghamshire Fishing Venues

Farlows Lake

Contact Tel: 01753 630302
Email: info@farlowslake.co.uk
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Specific details

Day Ticket Prices 1 rod day ticket: £12
2/3 rods day ticket: £16
24hr Ticket: £28
Species Present Carp, Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Pike
Venue Facilities Facilities include toilets, a bar, cafe and a small shop stocking limited amounts of tackle and bait such as maggots and dead baits.
Best Baits Not available
Getting There / Directions From Uxbridge take the A408 towards West Drayton. After about 2 miles turn right onto the B470 towards Iver. This turning is just after the 'Coachmans' public house on the right. Continue down the B470 for about 3/4 of a mile. Turn left 200 yards before the Motorway Bridge into a lane leading to the lake. Stay on this lane for about 600 yards before turning right to heron point.


Farlows Lake in Buckinghamshire is a specimen carp fishery with a rich abundance of natural food that has been the home of originally stocked carp for well over 40 years.

The Farlows Complex provides year round action for carp and coarse anglers of all persuasions. This carp and coarse fishing complex consists of a main water body of 25 acres, a 5-acre pool that is primarily used for match angling, a small junior pool and the River’s Colne & Colnbrook that border the east and west banks of the venue.

The main lake holds a good head of Carp as well as yielding good mixed bags of Roach, Roach/Bream hybrids, skimmer Bream, Perch, Tench and larger Bream. The match lake and junior lakes both hold good quantities of silver fish. This is also an excellent winter pike venue.


Farlows Lake, Ford Lane, Iver, Bucks SL0 9LL

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