Penketh & Old Hall Angling Society
    Maps & Publications Last Updated 6th November 2019

Welcome to our Maps and Publications page.

As the name implies we intend to list various maps and publications which you can download and we feel may be useful to you discerning fishermen.

On this page you will find maps to venues (the starting point will always of course be Warrington).

Publications we think are useful and provided by third parties (their responsibility not ours).

We will also hopefully be developing a list of fishery rules that we will try to keep updated and over time will include the fisheries we often visit, plus any others we may come across.

If there is anything you would like us to include, or you have information we could include (note to all you fisheries out there!) let us know by sending us an e-mail using the 'contact us' button at the side of the page

Thinking of fishing on our pools today, not sure of the weather, click on the image alongside to see results from our local weather station. Updated every ten minutes, it'll give you a good idea of what to expect. Local POHAS Weather

Baden Hall Fishery, Eccleshall, Staffordshire
Blake Hall Fishery, Cheadle, Stoke on Trent
Border Fishery, Balterley, Crewe
Bradshaw Hall Fishery, Bolton
Charity Farm, Wrightington, Nr Wigan
Cheshire Fishing, Tattenhall, Chester
Cob House Farm, Wichenford, Worcester
Cudmore Fishery, Whitmore, Newcastle Under Lyme
Dunham Fishery, Dunham Massey, Nr Altrincham
Whiston Angling Club, Rainhill, Nr St Helens
Fir Tree Fishery, Appley Bridge, Nr Wigan
Hampton Springs Fishery, Malpas
Highfield Fishery, Poulton le Fylde
High Heyes Fishery, Eccleston, Chorley (aka The Catteries)
Bridgewater Canal, Warrington - Red Lane Bridge
Macclesfield Canal, Derwent Drive, Congleton
Meadow View Fishery, Lymm
Moss Side Farm Fishery, Warrington
Old Hough Fishery. Middlewich
Lathom Fishery, Burscough
Rosemary Wood Fishery, Haskayne, West Lancs
Sycamore Fishery, Golborne
Weston Pools, Oswestry
Whitmore Fishery, Kirkham, Lancs
Wrightington Fishery, Wigan

SAT NAV 'POI' Fishing Places SatNav Info
IMPORTANT NOTE: We cannot be held responsible for any download/installation issues brought about. Whilst we have done our best to ensure the files are suitable and error free, downloading and installing files is entirely outside of our responsibility.
Below are downloadable files to suit Tom Tom, Garvin and other SatNavs which shows many UK fisheries we have visited. Download and copy the appropriate file to your SatNav to get instant directions to some of the best fisheries.
Click on Garmin Logo to download CSV file suitable for Garmin and other Sat Navs Download Garmin POI
Click on TomTom Logo to download OV2 file suitable for TomTom and other Sat Navs Download TomTom POI

Leptospirosis (aka Weil's Disease) - The risk of rats [Published and courtesy HSE)
Overhead Power Lines (Published by and courtesy HSE)
'Jolly Boys' outing to Stourport 2007
POHAS 2013 Calendar
Be Safe around Power Lines
POHAS 2014 Calendar
POHAS Club Constitution (amended 06/11/13)

POHAS 2016 Calendar
POHAS 2019 Calendar

Baden Hall Fishery, Eccleshall, Staffordshire
Boddington Reservoir
Border Fishery, Balterley, Crewe
Bradshaw Hall Fishery, Bolton
Heronbrook Fishery, Sindon, Staffordshire
Hampton Springs, Hampton, Malpas, Cheshire
Larford Lakes, Worcester
Lathom Fishery - Burscough
Fir Tree Fishery, Appley Bridge, Nr Wigan
Charity Farm Fishery, Wrightington, Nr Wigan
Cudmore Fishery, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire
Blake Hall Fishery, Staffordshire
Makins Fishery, Wolvey, Warwickshire
Moorlands Farm, Worcestershire
Ockeridge, Worcestershire
Blundells Farm, Rixton, Warrington
Weston Pools, Oswestry
Woodlands View, Hadley, Droitwich
Whitmore Fishery, Kirkham, Lancs
Wrightington Fishery, Wigan

Important Note: We endeavour to publish accurate fishery rules, but they are liable to change without prior notification, so it is the ultimate responsibility of the angler to check with the fishery that he is correctly equipped before fishing. No responsibility can be or will be accepted by POHAS.

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