Walton Hall Park
Walton Hall Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 9XP
This park dates back to 1199; it was opened up to the public in 1934 by King George V. This is a popular lake; the smaller pond is used for model boats. Park & Greenspaces and the City will endeavour to keep the lakes clean and maintain fish stocks.
Tench up to 8lb carp up to 34lb
General Coarse tactics, Spam, Sweetcorn.
website - this gives details of the Angling Registration scheme with a downloadable form. This can be used to obtain a free permit to fish in Liverpool Park lakes.
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