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Local club and day-tickets are available in-store. Please note that payment for tickets is cash only.

Watermark Fisheries control the fishing on:


Bradleys (Lake 16), AND

Lake 300 £30  24 HOUR TICKET

                £15  DAY TICKET

Pike Lake (Lake 6)

                 £25 24 HOUR TICKET

                 £15 DAY TICKEY



Bradleys is the big-fish venue of 114 acres and contains common and mirror carp to well over 40lbs. It has produced tench to double figures, perch over 4lb, roach to 3lb 14oz and pike into their twenties.

24 hour tickets(noon to noon) cost £30. Day-only 7am to 7pm £15


Predator Lake is most famous for its large pike that reach 31lbs. It also contains good perch, carp and tench but the average size of the pike is the main attraction.

Day ticket £15

24 hour ticket £25



SCAC has a very varied selection of waters for today’s angler.   From the very well stocked day ticket waters of Gillmans (1) and Staits (2) lakes to the more traditional gravel pit lakes of Ham Pool (18), Whitefriars (26) and Dab Chick (63) and Franklins (23).

If lake fishing isn’t your thing then there are miles of the River Thames available, from Hannington and Inglesham to the wider slower upper Thames venue of  Kelmscott as well as the River Ray at Seven Bridges.

For more information visit


Adult ticket £120

OAP/ Disabled £90

Junior £20

Night ticket £150

Photo per ticket and cash required. 




No. 1 (Open all year)


No. 1 Lake is a mature former gravel pit of approximately 6-7 acres in size. The lake has matured naturally over time to produce a picturesque lake, abundant with wildlife. Generally suited to specimen anglers, the lake provides a tranquil setting for a summers evening stalking session or a long bivvy session. Within the lake specimen Crucian Carp and Bream (to over 10lb) can be found amongst the huge head of Tench, and Carp to 30lb.


No. 1A (Open all year)


Circa 1985, the main No. 1 Lake was divided to create an additional lake of approximately 1 acre in size. Following a long period of little use, this lake now provides fantastic silver fish and small carp fishing for pleasure and match anglers. The lake is suitable for Disabled anglers and is a great lake for people just starting their interest in angling


BRISTOL AVON – SUTTON BENGER (Closed from 15th March – 15th June) 


The Bristol Avon River at Sutton Benger is the perfect natural fishing venue. With approximately 1.25km of bank the river boasts some of the finest mixed river coarse fishing in the south of England, for pleasure, specimen and match anglers.


For more info visit


Adult ticket £55.00

OAP/Disabled £35.00

Juniors FREE

Key £5.00


From Nov 1st 

Adult £35.00

Photo and cash required



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