Dead baiting is allowed from the 01st October to 30th April inclusive. In 1947 it became the first supply reservoir in Britain used for sailing. Cheddar Reservoir COVID-19 Rules 22-05-2020. The lake has a capacity of 6 million cubic meters (1,350 million gallons).
For further information and to see a full list of our rules please visit. They are available from the following places: Address: It is a mixed fishery known for it’s large Pike, Tench, Roach, Perch and Eels.
Anglers must travel to Cheddar Reservoir on their own or with members of their own household. Anglers can meet with ONE person outside their household. Standing or wading in the water is prohibited. Stick to social distancing guidelines at all times. Axbridge car park at the reservoir is open daily between 9:00am and 8:30pm. DO NOT TRAVEL to Cheddar Reservoir if you or anyone in your household has COVID-19 symptoms or are shielding. All anglers are personally responsible for any damage done. Noncompliance of these rules could result in Anglers being asked to leave the reservoir. Do not share fishing tackle with other anglers. All litter must be taken away (hooks, fishing line and weights must not be discarded). Anglers must use antibacterial hand sanitiser before handling locks and gates. Best Baits - Summer spinning and lure fishing in shallow areas.
Season tickets are also available and are valid 12 months from purchase date. Wire traces must be used when Pike fishing.
Fishing is from Dawn to Dusk (STRICTLY NO NIGHT FISHING). Unlimited fishing for 12 months when upgrading to a season ticket. Fishing at Cheddar Reservoir is charged at the following rates: Adults: £6 per day Axbridge Entrance, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2DL, Cheddar Entrance, Cheddar Somerset, BS27 3DR. Anglers must travel to Cheddar Reservoir on their own or with members of their own household. Bodies of Water. The first is on the Axbridge side (BS26 2DL) and the second is accessible from Cheddar (BS27 3DR). Noncompliance of these rules could result in Anglers being asked to leave the reservoir. BS27 3DR.
Sharpham Road, Slow sinking rubber shads or large flashy spinners and spoons work well. Anglers vehicles must be removed from the car park before 8:30pm. The lake has a capacity of 6 million cubic meters. As with most big venues like this, it would pay to do some research with local tackle shops or anglers on the bank in order to help understand where the fish are. Whilst the path/road around Cheddar Reservoir is not a Public Footpath, Bristol Water does permit access for people to walk the perimeter. Unhooking mats must be used at all times for Pike and Tench fishing.
All anglers must be in possession of a valid EA Rod Licence. Do not share fishing tackle with other anglers. Cheddar Reservoir. Three are allowed for pike fishing only from the 01st October to 31st March inclusive. Cheddar Reservoir Coarse Fisheries (Stillwater) England Somerset. No fish are to be killed. Fish Types: Carp, Bream, Roach, Tench, Pike, and Eel. The other half is gravel based.
Stay at home and follow Government advice on isolation. Anglers vehicles are not permitted in the car park outside these times. Anglers can meet with ONE person outside their household. Fishing must be from the bank shelving only.