Every day of the year from 7.30am 'til Dusk.
Prices per angler with One Rod each.
- Day Tickets
- £6.00 One Rod
- £5.00 One Rod
- Night Fishing
- £15.00 One Rod (3pm – 10am)
- 24hr Fishing
- £20.00 One Rod
- Extra Rods
- £3.00 Each
Non-Anglers and Spectators
Price per non-angler or spectator.
- Day Tickets
- £4.00 Additional non-angler / spectator
- Night Tickets
- £15.00 Additional non-angler / spectator (3pm – 10am)
- 24hr Tickets
- £20.00 Additional non-angler / spectator
Please visit the pay booth BEFORE fishing. Put money in one of the envelopes provided, fill in your details and then post through the house letterbox. Any required change will be brought out to you.
Please take all unused bait and litter home with you including cigarette butts (these are poisonous to wildlife and look messy). We have a clean lovely site, please respect this.
We have 24hr surveillance recording of our site; this protects everyone and our fish.
See the Fishing Rules page for full details.
Fish theft is a very serious matter and we will record and supply information to the police
Should you wish to organise your own club match at Alvingham Lakes, please contact us for further details.
Self Service Café
The Monkey House self-service café is now up and running. Refreshments, snacks and ice-creams are available to purchase. The monkey house café is where the infamous monkey lived. It also lived during the day on the island, hence the name of the Monkey lake. The monkey has long gone, but has left a legacy of interest and history to our venue.
There is a social club a short walk away. It’s a lovely walk on a summers evening after a hard days fishing. The social club does fine food and beers on a Friday and Sunday evening by prior arrangement.
The historic market town of Louth is just 3 miles away, offering a host of independent shops, pubs, eateries and traditional markets; plus Rushmoor Country Park, a small and friendly country style farm park set in 6 acres of Lincolnshire countryside.
The tow path of the disused canal takes you to Louth town or to Tetney lock. Along the way is the graveyard which is unusual due to it having two churches. You will also spot lots of wild life and enjoy fantastic views.
Alvingham Lakes is a 20 minute drive from Donna Nook, where the seals come up to have their pups each year; and only 30 minutes away from beaches on the East Coast.