Coarse FishingOur coarse fisheries include over 275 acres of water with fisheries ranging in size from 2 to 81 acres. Our established lakes are located in outstandingly beautiful and secluded rural areas across the South West. At SW Lakes Fishing we offer more than just great angling, our unique fisheries are matched with a recognised reputation for great fish quality. Enjoy the tranquility that our waters provide with established tree-lined banks, lily pads and weed beds with natural woodlands surrounding the lakes. Our coarse fisheries offer a peaceful setting within picturesque and wildlife-rich surroundings. Please note at this time our Permit Rooms are closed. Season and Day Permits are available online or by calling 01566 771930 only Coarse fishing in the South West: We regularly hold carp and match competitions at Upper Tamar Lake with prize money exceeding £3500. You can book your day or 24 hour tickets, which are available year-round via our online booking system. Season permits are available on 01566 771930. Facilities include onsite cafes, parking, toilets, showers, wheelchair access platforms, on-site permit rooms and easy access paths and swims. SW Lakes Fishing is managed by South West Lakes Trust. Reporting an Incident: South West Lakes Trust manages a portfolio of nearly 50 lakes and other natural resources so it is not always possible for our wardens to be on the scene when issues occur. The very remote and rural nature of our estate, the thing that makes them so special, also means that modern mobile communications don’t always cover the areas we would like them to. This makes getting an immediate response to ongoing incidents very challenging. Please use this form to report any incidents of poaching, illegal fishing or any other form of antisocial behaviour to the management team so that we are able to take appropriate action. Complete Form Waters Prices Competitions and Events News and Results About Us Contact Us Trout Fishing News and Results Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse Go Fishing at Upper Tamar BBC‘s fantastic Gone Fishing series, featuring Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse, featured the comedians Perch fishing at Upper Tamar Lake. If you have not already seen it, here is the link – http://bit.ly/gonefishinguppertamar. Ben Smeeth, Head of Angling for South West Lakes commented ‘It was an amazing experience to work with Bob, Paul and the film crew at Upper Tamar and they caught plenty of Perch, including a cracking fish just under 3lbs for Paul! I would like to thank local angler John Deprieelle for his hard work to make it a success for Bob and Paul when they came’.