Rose Park comprises of two lakes, 2.5 acre in size. Both lakes are stocked with Rainbow, Blue and Brown trout, with a good population of wild Brown trout. Visibility is generally good, meaning individual fish can be targeted with a variety of flies. Dry fly sport is prevalent throughout the year with large hatches of Sedge, Midges, Damsels and Mayfly. The lakes have a high population of Brown trout, with the average being 2lb, many of these are caught on small, natural patterns.
Information & restrictions
Please follow all government guidelines on Covid-19 and only fish locally.
Season: All Year.
Catch and Release only on this ticket.
Only Single, Barbless hooks to be used at this venue.
Fly Fishing ONLY on Bottom lake (Larger of the two).
Fly Fishing, Float fishing (With Worm) and Lure fishing (with Spinners, Plugs and soft plastics) is permitted on the Top lake ONLY (Smaller of the two lakes).
Landing nets should always be used, please handle fish safely and return them to the water as quickly as possible using the "Keep em Wet" principles.
QR code located on the fishing hut.Landing nets should always be used, please handle fish safely and return them to the water as quickly as possible.
QR code located on the fishing hut.
Directions & access
From Launceston, Follow A30 towards Bodmin. Take the exit towards Five Lanes/Trewint/Altarnun from A30 (1 mile after the Subway), take the 4th exit off the roundabout and follow the road through five lanes and down into the village of Altarnun…*
From Bodmin, Follow A30 towards Launceston, Take the exit towards Five Lanes/Trewint/Altarnun from A30 (immediately after Charlie Browns Diner), Follow the road through Trewint, take a left into Five lanes and follow the road down into Altarnun village…*
*Once in the village, pass over the Penpont bridge and follow the road up the hill, take the first right hand turn at the top of the hill, travel down this road approx. ¼mile and the fishery is on your right.
These are the very latest catch returns for this beat
5th August 2020
22nd December 2020
1 × Brown Trout
10th January 2021
29th January 2021
1 × Brown Trout
1 × Rainbow Trout
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