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Triangle Lake (Chichester Lakeside)

Chichester Lakeside Holiday Park, Vinnetrow Road, Chichester PO20 1QH, UK

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Carp and Coarse

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Intermediate and Advanced

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7 swims

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1.5 acres

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Stock: Carp, Pike, Roach, Rudd and Tench



Triangle Lake is a small 1.5 acre water which can be quite a challenge due to heavy weed in the summer months. Carp to 34lb Tench to 7lb and Pike to 20lb can be caught along with. Fish over beds of particles or a boilie approach for the carp; float fished caster corn or maggot for the Tench. During the Pike season, dead baits especially dyed sprat’s work well.

Directions and Access

Located just outside the historic town of Chichester, West Sussex, this holiday park probably has more water than land! This means 10 large fishing lakes set in over 150 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, yet positioned only a few miles from the beach, and the traditional seaside resort of Bognor Regis.

To get to Triangle Lake by car turn right at the top of the main park entrance, then drive and follow the road for approximately 1 mile until you reach the mini roundabout at the Walnut Tree Pub. Turn right, follow the road for ½ mile until you get to the pedestrian crossing by the school on your right. On the bend turn right down School Lane and go down the track over 3 speed humps turning left at the wooden gate / signed entrance down a tree-lined track. You will then arrive at Triangle Lake.


  • Swims must be pre-booked using
  • Our Covid-19 safety precautions have made some minor changes including;
  • Fishing Bailiffs can not take any payments for fishing – tickets can only be purchased online using
  • Please sanitize your hands regularly but take care not to harm the aquatic life with some sanitizers
  • Safety First! Adhere to Safety Signage / Instructions from Park / Fisheries staff. Do NOT access waters
  • Anglers fish at their own risk. Respectful Behaviour Standards and following the rules are expected and those falling short of these will be asked to leave without refund. Removal of fish is prohibited and will be reported to the Police
  • Lakeside Fisheries do not take any responsibility for Equipment, Adverse Weather or other Unforeseen Events that may require lakes to be closed or limited – no refunds will be given
  • Bookings can ONLY be made using
  • Anyone over the age of 16 years of age or older must be in possession of An EA Rod Licence (these can be purchased online at the EA website environmentagency or from a Post Office
  • You must have with you a suitable Landing Net and Unhooking Mat and if fishing for Carp a Care Kit
  • Barbed / Micro Barbed Hooks Only. No fixed or Bolt Rigs.
  • All fish to be released immediately – No Keep Nets
  • Rods are not to be left unattended at any time – your rods, your responsibility
  • Anglers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible Adult
  • No Bait Boats. No floating baits or Artificial baits. No pre-baiting with large amounts of particles / Boilies on East Lake
  • Tickets are priced for individual lakes. Tickets are not transferable between lakes
  • Strictly no Boats, Fires, BBQ’s, Guns, Laser Pens, Radios or Excessive Noise
  • Please park considerately and do not litter – take it home! Please respect the park and our wildlife
  • No Pike fishing March – October
  • The Reception Office bookings records will confirm all payments; queries without a receipt will be dismissed. The Park Office reserve the right to refuse/withdraw any booking at their discretion.
  • Tickets are non-transferrable – any fraudulent use or attempts to duplicate tickets will result in your ticket being invalidated and you being asked to leave the fishery.