School Lane, Bromeswell, nr. Woodbridge, Suffolk. IP12 2PX
Two picturesque lakes on a 12 acre site in the village of Bromeswell, the larger lake is over twenty years old and suitable for all methods of angling, the smaller lake is designed for pole fishing with all pegs having access to an island at 13 metres. The lakes are very sheltered and can be fished when it is impossible to fish at most other venues.
The dominant species in both lakes are carp, with mirrors, common and ghost carp all present. The carp run to over twenty pounds, with a strong head of doubles. The lakes also contain roach, rudd and tench with the roach having been caught summer 2008 to in excess of 2lbs.
The lakes respond to all tactics with larger baits being useful to sort out the larger fish. Carping tactics with matching rods and buzzers do score, but the venue is ideally suited to float fishing and more traditional approaches.
Jon Hudson Tel: 01394 461007 or 07792939869
There are no bait bans, but the use of barbless hooks and unhooking mats are required.
Available for this water
Open all year
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