Welcome to Bishops Bowl Fishery.
Bishops Bowl Fishery sits on a 90 acre former limestone quarry, located on the Oxfordshire/Warwickshire border. The quarry work many years ago has created an attractive stone faced bowl. The whole site is recorded as a site of scientific interest.

Since 2010 the fishery has seen vast improvements. New lakes have been created and access to all swims more accessible for able bodied and disabled visitors. Refurbishment of existing lakes and introduction of fish stocks.

Under sole management now Shaun Smart has increased the popularity of the fishery with carp/specimen anglers, pleasure anglers and match anglers. Earning a 5* review with Carp Critic and arguably becoming the Midlands top fishery. Although the fishery has seen many changes and improvements over the last few years, Shaun has managed to maintain the unique environment the complex sits on, keeping the tranquility and preservation of wildlife.

Please take a look at the lakes open currently on site and the fully stocked tackle shop and cafe.

Ticket prices are on each Lake description.

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Covid 19
Please read the new policies below thoroughly before visiting us.
Open 7am-7pm All day anglers MUST BE OFF SITE before 7pm if we have to come and let you out you will be charged £25.
Please do not visit the site if you have symptoms.
All night anglers MUST BE OFF their peg at the correct time.
You cannot wander the banks looking for a peg.
If you are found on the bank AT ANY TIME fishing without a valid ticket or season card you will be asked to leave.
On arrival please come into the shop.  We are allowing one person in the shop at any one time.  Face Masks must be worn.
Please use card payments where possible. Or the correct cash.
Strictly no visitors, unless they arrive with you.
Toilets will be open with cleaners to spray down once you have used the facility.
The usual fishery rules still apply alongside this new way of working.
Please be patient with us.
April 1st – August 31st 7.00am to 8.30pm
September 7.00am to 7.00pm
October 1st – February 28/29th 7.00am to 5.00pm
March 7.00am to 6.00pm