Marsh view fishery has recently been taken over by Gorleston Tackle Centre. we are a exclusive pre booked day ticket coarse fishery, Roach, Bream, Perch, Tench and double figure Carp, Only x12 swims on over two acres of water set on the idyllic Breydon water marshes, Burgh Castle. Telephone: 01493662448
Hall Farm Two lakes , one main lake of around two acres , this is a mixed fishery with carp, tench ,bream and roach. The second an `s` shaped match lake full of carp to seven pounds. Day and night tickets are available for both , gets very busy around the holiday period. Directions :Up Gorleston high street to the end, turn left, to white horse roundabout. Take Burgh road exit, continue to end , then straight over roundabout towards burgh castle. At next T junction turn left , the fishery is located on the left hand side (opposite The Cherry Tree Caravan park). Telephone :01493 781521
2 secluded, mature, spring fed general coarse fishing pits set in peaceful surroundings. Both pits contain a mixture of roach, rudd, perch, tench, chub, bream, golden tench, golden orfe and a variety of carp.
Opening times 7am - 7pm or dusk* (*Whichever comes first)
£4 per setup rod.
Traditional baits only. Which are - Maggots, sweetcorn, bread, worms, luncheon meat & hemp. (Luncheon meat & hemp in moderation) & pellet (as hookbaits only).
No night fishing. Barbless hooks only. No keepnets. No boilies. No nuts. No artificial baits. No commercially produced or meat groundbait. Only breadcumb and hook baits can be used as groundbait.
A dedicated disabled swim (large concrete pad, Pit 1 Peg 12) is available although there are a further 13 pegs where vehicles can park directly behind/beside. Children aged 10 & under* can fish for free when accompanied by a paying adult. (*1 rod only) Strict catch & release policy. No fish are to removed from either lake. No Exception! Maximum of 2 rods per person. (Unless 10 & under) Dogs are welcome but must be kept under control at all time and you must clean up after them! The bailiffs are also here to help/advise. New for 2016 - Basic tuition available, perfect for anyone of any age who wants to give it a go, for free. Everything supplied. Find us on Facebook - Edwards Angling 2016
Fritton Lake This 175 acre lake is part of the huge country park complex. By far the largest lake in Suffolk.Depth varies between 8 and 12 feet .Bank fishing is restricted to the north-western end close to the entrance where numerous swims have been cut in between thick reed beds- in all about 1000 yards of bank fishing. Boats have access to much of the lake. It holds bream, roach,perch, carp and a good head of pike which go to over 20lb. Day tickets cost £?(£? juniors) this includes entrance to the park a great family day out. Directions: take A143 from great Yarmouth and Fritton lake is three miles out on the left. Telephone: 01493 488288
Field farm fisheries Six small ponds extensively stocked with carp, tench, bream and roach. The goldfish pond is very good for beginners or youngsters looking to start with some quick success. This purpose built pit is full of crucian carp , orfe and goldfish. On site facilities include toilets and camping available.
Directions : Take A12 from Gorleston south to Wrentham. After passing through village take first right to Frostenden (Beccles heliport). Fishery is located on the right. Telephone: 01502 675273
Burgh Castle Fisheries Burgh Castle Fisheriesis a modest complex sitting 4 miles away from Great Yarmouth, in the peaceful village surroundings of Burgh Castle.
There are three lakes containing various fish, depending on your preferences. Whether you want to fish for specimen carp upto 36lb, medium sized carp 6-18lb, match size carp 1-6lb or bag up with quality tench 7lb+, roach, perch, skimmer bream, goldfish or crucian carp. Telephone: 07919080961
Marsh Trail lakes Three well stocked lakes covering around 6 acres. Stocked with carp, tench, bream, crusians, pike, roach and rudd. Open dawn untill dusk on a day ticket or season ticket. Day ticket money will be collected on the bank. Directions:From Gorleston take the A12 southbound towards Oulton Broad. Once you are through Oulton broad get onto the A146 towards Beccles. At Beccles rubbish dump turn right and you will be there. Telephone: 07796437381
Weybread pits Eight lakes two of which are under construction ranging from ocean pit which covers 100 acres to the club pit which covers around 1.5 acres. The lakes hold carp to 35lb+, pike to 25+, tench, bream, crusians, perch, roach, rudd and gudgeon. Four of the lakes can be fished dawn until dusk on a day ticket. On a season ticket all of the lakes can be fished day and night. The day and season tickets are sold here. Directions: From Gorleston take the A12 southbound towards Oulton Broad. Once you are through Oulton broad get onto the A146 towards beccles. At Gillingham roundabout take the A143 past Bungay and follow signs to turn of to Wortwell go under Shotford Bridge and your there.
Oulton broad Large freshwater broad free to fish by bank and boat all year round. (Apart from during the closed season march 16 until June 16). During the summer months very popular for night sessions for large bags of bream and silver fish. Also it provides good pike fishing all year round. Directions: Take the A12 from gorleston towards Lowestoft. Follow signs to Oulton broad and you will see the broad on your right.