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Brookend

FISHING POOLS

Opening Times

Open 7 days a week; 7:00am ‘til dusk in the winter and 7:00am – 8:00pm in the summer

About Brookend

The land is privately owned but the pools are managed, maintained and run by Chris Reynolds along with a willing band of volunteers.

Set in just over 8 acres, the Top pool is heart shaped and has various fish species in it; this pool is situated next to the car park and easily accessible.

The Bottom pool (match pool) has 30 pegs set out with slab bases available to book for contests (exclusive rights to pool) / Knock ups = part of pool only.

You can fish all year round with a good head of silver fish for the winter and predominantly Carp for the summer.

Location

Brookend Fishing Pools

The pools contain various species including;

  • Carp
    (various types and weights, top weight of 34lbs)

  • Barbel

  • Perch

  • Bream

  • Tench

  • Chub

  • Roach

Tariff

  • £5.00 Adults
  • £4.00 Senior Citizens
  • £2.00 per extra rod
  • 16’s and under MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Night fishing £15 per night, £24 for 24hrs (must be pre-booked with Chris). All night fishermen MUST be over 18. No fires, no loud music and no litter – bins are provided.
  • Contests/Club bookings must be secured with a £25 non-returnable deposit. All balances to paid in full, on arrival please.

Rules & Regulations

  • Keep nets by permission only (except for matches)
  • All nets to be dipped
  • Hook size max. 12 barbless
  • No braid
  • No tins or cans at poolside please

Brookend Fishing Pools Gallery

Baits NOT Permitted at Brookend

Hempseed

Bloodworm

Joker

Wasp Grubs

Ground Bait

Boillies

Cat and Dog Food

Macaroni Cheese

Liquidised Paste Baits

Floating baits

Trout pellets

Please do not discard your unused bait into the pools. Unwanted bait can be placed in the stock pool bin. 

All rubbish/litter must be placed in the bins provided or taken away with you. 

Brookend is a beautiful place to sit and enjoy the peacefulness surrounded by stunning Worcestershire wildlife, we hope you enjoy your time with us. Please join our Facebook Group and upload your photos there – we appreciate being kept up to date with your ‘catches’ and comments!

Fish Welfare

We look after our fish, we nurture them and ensure they have a clean, perfect living environment. In turn we like our anglers to do the same so we can maintain such conditions for everyone.

 

Good Practice

  • All fish above 4oz to be landed by a landing net
  • Large fish to be placed onto a Carp mat or in a cradle
  • If you do not have either, please leave fish in a landing net, remove the hook and put it back in gently

Catch & Release

  • Keep nets by permission only (except contests/knock ups)
  • Large fish in one net and small fish in another
  • Alternatively, weigh large fish and put it back in
  • All fish to be handled with care and returned to the water safely
  • No standing with fish for photographs 

Prevent Spread of Disease

Landing net (keep nets) must be spread out on the bank and dried out before use

IF IN DOUBT, PLEASE ASK, THANK YOU

History of Brookend

Two pools were man-made approximately 30+ years ago and are continually being improved to enhance your fishing experience. 

Over the years individual managers have made their own mark on the pools. Chris has been there since 2009 and has made considerable improvements to the site. He appreciates your feedback so please speak to Chris or email chris@brookendpools.co.uk if you have suggestions on how he can further improve your experience.

Contact

Chris Reynolds

Email: chris@brookendpools.co.uk

mob: 07721 496 803

 

Brookend Fishing Pools

Whitlenge Lane
Hartlebury
Worcestershire
DY10 4HD

Brookend Fishing Pools

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