Tel 01279 212 950


Tel 01279 212 950

Mon to Fri 9am-6:30pm, Sat 9am-5pm

Lazy Otter Meadows

Cambridge Road, Stretham, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6 3LU


Teeming with miles of lush, marshy fenland, Cambridgeshire is a fishing lover’s paradise. There are a huge number of fishing lakes to be found here, with a wide variety of fish species populating them, offering something for every angling preference.

Frasers Fishery

Set amid some of Cambridgeshire’s most stunning countryside, Frasers has two well stocked still water lakes for anglers of all abilities. Here you’ll find plenty of Common and Mirror Carp and due to its tranquil location you can be assured of a relaxing day’s fishing. (Distance from park: 8.4 miles)

Earith Lakes Fisheries

Set in 36 acres of fenland, here you’ll find three lakes with an abundance of Carp and Trout. Earith Lakes are surrounded by lovely unspoilt countryside with an array of wildlife, including deer and badgers, so it’s an ideal place for the nature lovers. You might even spot owls and kingfishers. Day tickets are available. (Distance from park: 11 miles)

Bainton Fisheries

Situated in the Welland Valley near to the beautiful small town of Stamford, Bainton Fisheries is home to an eight-acre lake offering Pike, Tench, Carp, Rudd, Perch and Bream. This is a suitable fishery for anglers of all ages and experience. (Distance from park: 40.8 miles)

St Ives Lakes Fishery

A picturesque nine-lake complex offering everything the modern carp and specimen angler could hope for. At the centre of the large and unspoilt waters is the St Ives Lagoon, a venue steeped in angling history which is home to stunning original big Carp, huge Tench and a shoal of monster Bream. (Distance from park: 14.8 miles)

Burwell Brick Pit

A mature former quarry set in a quiet, wooded 38-acre site, Burwell Brick Pit is home to a large stock of carp, pike and silver fish, and offers a peaceful environment for experienced anglers to target specimen sized fish of a variety of species. On site facilities include secure car parking, toilets and showers, and a small tackle shop. (Distance from park: 13.8 miles)