Sundorne Castle Estate actively supports leisure, conservation and uses the best practices to manage the countryside.

This can be enjoyed whilst navigating the many footpaths and rights of way and visiting some of the sites open to the public.

Sundorne Castle Fishery.

Introducing our exciting new venture for 2022.

Our scenic 1 acre carp pool, peacefully sits amongst the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Our pool is well stocked with carefully selected carp, and a variety of other course fish species. We have kept landscaping minimal, in order to keep the pool as natural as possible. Throughout our friendly site, you’ll find clear signage and a free car park.

We have stocked our pool with the following fish species…

  • Carp – Mirror and Common, up to and including 20lb plus.
  • Bream
  • Roach
  • Rudd – Gold
  • Tench
  • Orfe – Blue and Gold.
  • Perch
  • Gudgeon
  • Barbel

Prices :

£10 РDay Ticket

¬£7 – Children’s Day Ticket

Please phone Jamie (07818 841534) to book in.

Fast and easy card payments, can be taken on the day.

We are currently not accepting night fishing.



In cases of emergency please contact Jamie de Quincey – 07818 841534 / 01743 211 214.

  • Barbless hooks only.
  • No boilies / floating baits.
  • Unhooking mats to be used at all times.
  • Small fish only in keep nets, unless in a match.
  • Landing nets must be used at all times.
  • Catch and release only.
  • Day tickets are dawn to dusk.
  • All rubbish is to be put in bins or taken home with you.
  • Access is only permitted to public areas – please do not climb the gate or trespass.
  • All nets must be dipped in / out.
  • Anyone found killing fish and /or removing fish will be prosecuted.
  • Rods are not to be left unattended for any reason.
  • No swimming.
  • Children under 14, are to be supervised at all times.
  • All fish being photographed must be held over an unhooking mat at all times.
  • Photographs must also be taken whilst kneeling down, under no circumstances should you hold a fish while standing.
  • Fish must be weighed using a sling, mat or net.
  • Do not cut or damage the bank side vegetation.
  • Do not disturb the wildlife¬† – Inform emergency contact above to report any issues.
  • Do not light fires.
  • Catch reports and photographs of any notable fish caught would be appreciated for our website, social media and notice board
  • All cigarette butts must be picked up and disposed of.

You will be asked to leave the fishery without a refund and banned if the above rules are broken.