Coarse fishing in South East England
Surrey and Kent fishing
Fishing is a great sport for getting away from it all. Here's our guide to a few top fishing spots in South East England.
Beaver Farm Fishery, Newchapel, Lingfield, Surrey
This day ticket fishery extends more than 49 acres, offering a great variety of fishing on the eight lakes, plus half a mile of the Eden Brook. These waters hold a total of 15 different species of fish. The fishery is designed to provide anglers with a wide choice of fishing. Five specimen lakes hold carp to over 33 lbs and catfish to over 50lbs. The fishery also has match lakes providing good sport while the other lakes and the Eden Brook are ideal for pleasure anglers.
Tel: 07710 656041
Bury Hill Fisheries, Old Bury Hill, Dorking, Surrey
A general coarse fishery consisting of three lakes catering for the pleasure, specimen and match angler. Facilities include a new boathouse complex complete with toilets, shop and café and the fishery is disabled person friendly and permanently staffed making it ideal for youngsters. All the lakes are well stocked with an abundance of species which run to specimen size. Day tickets and evening tickets(available from 5pm or for the last 4 hours of light if earlier).
Tel: 01306 883621
Cottington Lakes, Sholden, Deal, Kent
Six coarse fishing lakes make up Cottington Lakes, offering a variety of angling to suit everyone from youngsters to specimen carp enthusiasts. There are two mixed coarse lakes, two specimen carp lakes and two match lakes. Main species include carp, bream, tench, roach, rudd, perch and chub. Set in the Kentish countryside, there are facilities for caravans and camping. There is also a tackle shop and a café. Because restrictions are placed on the number of anglers allowed to fish the specimen carp lakes at any one time, it is advisable to telephone in advance to book a day ticket.
Tel: 01304 38069