Fishing and Angling Holidays from

Jun 06, 2013, 12:58 ET from

LONDON, June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

If you're passionate about fishing then why not get the whole family on board, or just partner up and head off for a fishing trip this summer? Whether you want to incorporate Fishing or angling into a holiday or build your holiday around fishing there are plenty of destinations to choose from. take a look at some of the options.

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For anglers who are keen to catch trout then Tree Meadow Fishery in Cornwall is ideal, proudly holding the Cornish Rainbow Trout record of 22lb 4oz. The fishery is located in the small village of Fraddam and in the height of summer the water is known for being clear so you can often target fish from a distance. Although the fishery isn't located in a holiday destination, it is perfect for short weekends away and anglers who want to test their skills.

Cofton Country holidays, situated in South Devon, are perfect for families, offering a wide range of facilities such as an indoor swimming pool with spa jets for a touch of luxury. The holiday park is also home to a coarse and carp fishery with adult only lakes as well as five well stocked lakes where you can find tench, roach, rudd, bream, perch and koi fish.

If you're looking for a more tranquil break with opportunities to explore the countryside as well as relaxing by the river bank with a rod in hand, then Red House Farm in Lincolnshire is perfect. With five lakes stocked with roach, tench, bream, ide, barbell, perch and rudd you are sure to enjoy casting and have many opportunities to catch something different. When you're not fishing there are some beautiful walks available and both Lincoln and Newark are nearby if you fancy an excursion.

There are various holiday parks that offer the perfect combination of family fun and fisheries for you all to enjoy. Similarly if you are after a more peaceful break then there are adult only lakes and holidays situated in quieter areas.

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