The Peak Park Conservation CentreWelcome Anglersin the heart of the peak district national park

PeakParkCC Anglers Welcome

The Peak Park Conservation Centre welcome anglers who want rest and relaxation before and after fishing some of the best waters in the Peak District National Park.

PeakParkCC Welcome Anglers

On our doorstep we have steam and reservoir angling for both stocked and wild trout.

Japanese "Tenkara" angling in the upper tributaries of the Howden, Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs.

The Ladybower reservoir has superb fishing from both boat and bank for stocked rainbow, blue and brown trout.

In the winter months there is a pike fishing syndicate on Ladybower reservoir.

We are happy to welcome anglers for one, two or more nights in our static caravan or under canvas and help with all your fishing requirements.

We can arrange contact for guides and tuition with the local fisheries, clubs and syndicates.

The Peak Park Conservation Centre is less than two miles from the Ladybower fishery office where you sign in for your days fishing and make your returns at the end of the day.

PeakParkCC Welcomes Anglers

Ladybower Reservoir - Fishing Season - March to September

Fly fishing on the Ladybower reservoir covers 520 acres (210 hectares) with a shoreline of 13 miles (21 kilometres). Access to the shoreline is available by car and rowing boats are available with outboards, either petrol or electric from the office. TARIFFS & more...

Birchenlee Fly Fishing Club - Fishing Season - March to October

Anglers who are members of the Birchinlee fly fish club enjoy access to the two upper reservoirs of Howden and Derwent, plus about half a mile of the river Derwent below the lower Ladybower dam wall.

The club offers catch and release fishing for wild brown trout in some of the most scenic and tranquil surroundings the Peak District National Park has on offer. More...

Tenkara Fly Fishing Club - Fishing Season - March to October

(Tenkara, literally: "from heaven", or "from the skies") is a traditional type of angling practiced in Japan. Primarily used for mountain stream trout, tenkara is one of the most popular methods of angling among fresh-water mountain anglers in Japan.

You can now have a go in the Peak District with the help and advice of experts at Discover Tenkara in the streams that flow into Howden, Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs. This is fishing for totally wild trout in rugged, hillside surroundings on small streams. More...

Pike Fishing Syndicate - Open Season - October to March

The Ladybower reservoir pike record stands at 37lbs 10oz currently held by Neville Flickling. a number of others have been caught of over 30lbs! More...

PeakParkCC Welcome Anglers to our Caravan & Camping

So if you fancy a couple of days fishing, or more, we welcome anglers to our one and only "Old Girl" self catering static caravan at the Peak Park Conservation Centre, The Stables, Thornhill Lane, Thornhill, Nr Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0BR. Here...