Chosen as the venue for the 2018 World Lure Angling Championships, Rutland Water is part of Anglian Water’s lakes, and offers competitors and general anglers exceptional fishing opportunities for anglers from all over the world. With both trout fly fishing and predator fishing on offer at the lakes.
The location is internationally recognised for its fly fishing, offering an exceptional experience for anglers both beginner and experienced. For those looking to test the Predator Fishing on the waters, you will find pike, zander and perch under the surface. There’s also a host of national and international competitions held on the water – an excellent opportunity to put your skills to the test.
Aside from the fishing there’s plenty more on offer for visitors to Rutland Water, a nature reserve in its own right. Covering a total of 1000 acres, the reserve hosts visitor centres, nature trails, bird watching sites, and much more.
About Anglian Water
Based in the East of England, Anglian Water supplies water and water recycling services to over six million people. Operating 1,257 water and water recycling treatment works, Anglian Water provides almost 1.2 billion litres every single day. All Anglian Water’s parks have achieved and maintain Green Flag Status. The Green Flag Award scheme recognises and rewards well managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of recreational outdoor spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.
Lying south east of Oakham, within the county of Rutland – the UK’s smallest county – Rutland Water is easily accessible by both car and public transport. The Rutland Water fishing lodge can be found at:
Find out more about Rutland Water on its website.
Find out more about the wider Anglian Water parks here.