Fishing In Birmingham's Parks

If you love fishing with the kids, here is a list of places you can fish at in Birmingham's parks.

Birmingham has many park across the city where you can fish. Four are open all year round and the others close 15 March through to the 15 June each year. However you must hold an Environment Agency fishing rod licence and a day ticket or season ticket. You can learn more or purchase a licence here. There are also rules and byelaws that you must follow.



Parks That Offer Year Long Fishing:
Fox Hollies Park - Shirley Road, Acocks Green
Pype Hayes Park - Pype Hayes Park, Chester Road, Erdington
Salford Park - Lichfield Road, Birmingham
Shenley Pool, Weoley Castle - Shenley Fields Road, Birmingham



Parks Open June through to March:
Brookvale Park - George Road, Erdington
Cannon Hill Park - Russell Road, Moseley
Edgbaston Reservoir - Reservoir Road, Edgbaston
Fox Hollies Park - Pool Farm Road, Acocks Green
Lifford Reservoir - Tunnel Lane, Hall Green
Manor Farm Park - Bristol Road South, Northfield
Norman Chamberlain Playing Fields - Pithall Road, Shard End
Perry Park - Walsall Road, Perry Barr
Pype Hayes Park - Chester Road, Erdington
Salford Park - Lichfield Road, Aston
Shenley Fields Playing Fields - Shenley Fields Lake
Trittiford Mill Pool - Priory Road, Billesley
Ward End Park - Washwood Heath Road, Washwood Heath



Sutton Park National Nature Reserve, in Blackroot, Bracebridge, Powells and Keepers Pools also have designated fishing areas but contact Sutton Park Visitor Centre for further information.




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