Day & Season Tickets

Day & Season Tickets

We have a few waters available for non-members to fish with a Day or Season Ticket. It’s a good opportunity to meet one of our Bailiffs and chat about the benefits of Club Membership.

These waters are great for existing members to take along a friend, perhaps someone new to the delights of angling and show them what it’s all about.

Day Tickets are available from the outlets listed. Season Tickets run from January 1st to December 31st and are available by post. You can apply using the printable form at the bottom of the page.

Please note: Where night fishing is allowed the Society require a completed Consent Form from a parent or guardian. A link to the postal Consent Form is at the bottom of the page.


Day Ticket Waters
Rakes Brook and Lower Rhoddlesworth Reservoirs
Knights pool
Macclesfield Canal Bridges 37 to 61
River Lune Caton
Season Ticket Waters
Montgomery Canal – Season Ticket
Shropsire Union Canal, Nantwich Brides 90 to 93 – Season Ticket
Macclesfield Canal Bridges 37 to 61 – Season Ticket
Ogden Reservoir – Season Ticket

Rakes Brook and Lower Rhoddlesworth Reservoirs – near Chorley, Lancashire.

rakes brook reservoir - paas.co.uk

Historically the reservoirs are known for their silver fish Roach, Bream and Perch with a good head of Pike to specimen size. There are no Carp known in either reservoir. There are also odd Tench caught from time to time. The reservoirs are Coarse Fishing Waters although trout are present having come down from the reservoir above. Any Brown Trout caught must be returned.

Day Tickets available from:

The Hare & Hounds Public House, Bolton Rd, Abbey Village, Chorley PR6 8DP. Tel:01704 892132

Brinscal Post Office, 50-54 School Lane, Brinscall, Chorley PR6 8QP. Tel:01254 830225

Over 16’s £6.00

Under 16’s £4.00

There are bait restrictions and daily quantity limits on this water and only the following are allowed: – pellets and boilies (unlimited), maggots (limit 2 pints), casters (limit 2 pints), worms (limit 500g), corn (limit 400g), hemp (limit 2kg), dead-baits (limit 10 from commercial source only). Breadcrumb based ground-bait is not allowed but ground boilies, pellets and hemp are permitted as an alternative. Bread only allowed as hook bait, no bloodworms, no live-baits, no luncheon meat. All unused bait must be taken home. Neither Night fishing or wading are allowed on either water. Any Brown Trout caught must be returned.


Knights pool – near Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Knights Pool - paas.co.uk

 

The pool is a good mixed species fishery. Knight’s Pool holds carp Roach, Skimmer Bream, Rudd, Perch, Crucian Carp, Tench and Gudgeon. The winter Roach fishing is excellent. A good head of double figure Carp can be seen cruising during the summer months.

Day Tickets available from:

Smiths Bait & Tackle 44 Lawton Street Congleton CW12 1RS Tel:01260 273770

Pet Food Supplies 70 Moss Lane Macclesfield, SK11 7TT Tel:01625 424071

Over 16’s £6.00

Under 16’s £4.00


Macclesfield Canal Bridges 37 to 61 – near Macclesfield, Cheshire.

Macc Canal - paas.co.uk
Picture courtesy of the Canal & Rivers Trust

Shoals of Roach, Rudd and Gudgeon are found throughout the length. There are also plenty of Perch and Skimmer Bream. The odd Carp into double figures may be caught, and Tench show occasionally in some areas.

Day Tickets available from:

Smiths Bait & Tackle 44 Lawton Street Congleton CW12 1RS Tel:01260 273770

Pet Food Supplies 70 Moss Lane Macclesfield, SK11 7TT Tel:01625 424071

Over 16’s £6.00

Under 16’s £4.00


River Lune – near Caton, Forest of Bowland, Lancashire.

River Lune Caton - paas.co.uk
River Lune – Caton

This is a Salmon and Sea Trout water, with resident Brown Trout.

Day Tickets available from:

Woodies Café, Low Road, Halton LA2 6LZ. Tel:07967 121809

Over 16’s £15.00

Under 16’s £7.00 – under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult (over 18 years).

Please check Environment Agency bye laws relating to migratory fish.


Season Tickets
Season Tickets run from January 1st to December 31st

Montgomery Canal –Various sections of the 33 miles of ‘the Monty’ in both Powys and Shropshire.

Monty - paas.co.uk
Picture courtesy of the Canal & Rivers Trust

Tench, Perch, Roach, Bream, Hybrids, Pike, Rudd, Eels, and Chub are all present in this neglected canal with pockets of Crucian Carp if you can find them.

Any age £15.00 (Under 16’s will get a complete Prince Albert Angling Society annual membership).

Some parts of the Monty are SSSI and therefore subject to the statutory close season from 15 March to 15 June inclusive.

Click here for a printable Season Ticket Application Form


Macclesfield Canal Bridges 37 to 61 – near Macclesfield, Ceshire.

Macc Canal - paas.co.uk
Picture courtesy of the Canal & Rivers Trust

Shoals of Roach, Rudd and Gudgeon are found throughout the length. There are also plenty of Perch and Skimmer Bream. The odd Carp into double figures may be caught, and Tench show occasionally in some areas.

Any age £15.00 (Under 16’s will get a complete Prince Albert Angling Society annual membership).

Click here for a printable Season Ticket application Form


Shropshire Union Canal – Nantwich, Bridges 90 to 93

Shropshire Union Canal - paas.co.uk
Picture curtsy of the Canal & Rivers Trust

This section of the Shropshire Union Canal is situated on the outskirts of Nantwich. The canal here includes part traditional narrow canal, part a wide section and a large basin. Something for everyone and ideal for juniors. Boats do navigate the canal here so early and late fishing might be the best.

The odd Carp and Tench, Perch, Roach, Bream, Hybrids, Pike, Rudd, Eels, and Gudgeon are all present in this canal. There is a significant head of Bream in the basin in particular. Specimen Perch are also present in this area.

This section of the canal is at Nantwich. Marsh Lane and Taylor Drive run adjacent to the canal and there is roadside parking along these roads and multiple access points. Please be respectful of the neighbours in the houses that overlook the canal, park sensibly and be quiet early and late.

Any age £15.00 (Under 16’s will get a complete Prince Albert Angling Society annual membership).

Click here for a printable Season Ticket application Form


Ogden Reservoir – Newhey near Rochdale, Lancashire.

Ogden Reservoir - paas.co.uk

Historically it is best known for its silver fish Roach and Bream with a good head of Pike. Limited numbers of Carp are present these days to around 30lb and there is a population of Tench established at the shallow end. Perch are also present. It is a Coarse Fishing Water. Day tickets have historically been sold on this water and PAAS will issue annual permits to the public valid just for this water.

Over 16’s £30.00

Under 16’s £15.00 (Under 16’s will get a complete Prince Albert Angling Society annual membership).

Night Fishing is not allowed on Ogden Reservoir

Click here for a printable Season Ticket Application Form