• Black Park Lake

  • Rules

  • General Info

Black Park Lake

Black Park Road


Buckinghamshire County Council

Fish Species

Bream, Carp, Perch, Pike, Roach & Tench

Free Fishing

  • The annual close season applies 15th March to 15th June inclusive
  • You must be in possession of valid Environment Agency licences
  • Fishing is only available within car park opening hours
  • No fishing in fenced off nature reserve areas
  • No live baits to be used
  • No live fish to be transported to or from the water
  • No keep nets or sacks permitted
  • Barbless hooks only
  • Remove all line and rubbish
  • Use sensible quantities of bait

Additional rules for pike/carp

  • Strong line required for both carp and pike fishing (12lb+)
  • Wire traces with a minimal number of barbless hooks for pike required
  • You must be in possession of a large net, 36 inch and over, and a well padded unhooking mat
  • For pike you must carry long forceps and be competent at handling and unhooking pike

The most prolific types of fishing are for rudd, roach, bream and tench. Rudd and roach can be caught on simple float fishing tactics with maggots, caster or bread baits. Bream and tench can be caught fishing on the bottom with either floats at close range or feeder/leger a bit further out. Pike and carp are present at a low stock level and are tricky to catch requiring a dedicated specialist approach.

Parking :

  • £2.50 per day