East Sussex

Brick Farm Lakes, Herstmonceux

Brick Farm Lakes at UK FishermanBrick Farm Lakes is a friendly rural trout fishery set in 50 acres of beautiful East Sussex countryside, ideal for the experienced or the novice fly fishermen.

Brick Farm Lakes is a day ticket with no booking required although you can reserve pegs or a lake for a group, special occasion or corporate event.

The current fishery opening time is 7.30am to dusk every day, with the closing time posted on the signing-in shed. Last cast 15 minutes before closing time. The lodge is a beautiful green oak framed, warm, dry and friendly place to get a self-service tea or coffee. Rod and tackle hire available.

There are three lakes totalling about 4 acres all very well stocked with rainbow and some brown and blue trout.

  • Address: The Fishing Lodge, Brick Farm, Windmill Hill, Herstmonceux, East Sussex, BN27 4RS
  • Species: rainbow trout, brown trout, blue trout
  • Tel: 01323 832615
  • Day tickets: 2 fish limit £20.00, 3 fish limit £25.00, 4 fish limit £30.00, 6 fish limit £40.00
  • Website: www.brickfarmlakes.co.uk


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