Fisherman's Paradise Family Sport Fishing
We Sell Live Bait!
Imagine a warm weather day, sitting at the edge of a pond casting your line with nothing on your mind but enjoying a great day in the outdoors and catching the "Big One". Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in Berks County is Fisherman's Paradise Family Sport Fishing Preserve located just outside of Boyertown, PA. This family oriented fishing hole sits on over 4 acres with three ponds to choose from. Pick your spot, set your pole, sit back, relax, and enjoy a great day of fishing with us.
Great Fishing For All Ages.
It's a great place to spend a day with your dad, a friend, your family or just to get away by yourself to the quiet of a lake and your fishing pole. Spending the day with us does not mean spending a fortune. You'll love our rates! We are a family-oriented fishing preserve so bring the kids. What a great day you'll have sharing fishing techniques with them and watching their sense of accomplishment when they catch that fish.
Do you have a retiree in the family? How about planning that retirement party under our pavilion with a day of fishing to get them started on their road to retirement? We offer group rates for retirement and birthday parties. Our property is alcohol free and you do not need a fishing license to fish with us. Our lakes are stocked with perch, bass, trout, pike, and other lake fish. We sell live bait on site and any fish you may choose to keep are reasonably priced. Please note that you do need to bring your own poles and tackle, folding chairs, stools or blanket.
Good eating right on the premises at the Café On the Lake.
You don't have to worry about packing a lunch or leaving to eat while you are at Fisherman's Paradise. "Café on the Lake" has a menu that includes burgers and fries plus many more items. Take a break and a table in the café or outside on the deck overlooking the water. If you don't want to give up your lucky fishing hole, order 'out' and take it back to your fishing spot anytime. Full a complete list of menu items and hours of the Café please visit the Café On the Lake page.