Hall Farm Fishery

View of Hall Farm Lakes in Norfolk. A peaceful lake surrounded by trees with fishing equipment and a bench in the foreground.

Fishing Lakes In Norfolk – Hall Farm Fishery consists of two lakes, one main lake of around two acres. This is a mixed fishery with carp, tench, bream and roach.

Both s-shaped lakes are full of carp to seven pounds and day tickets are available for each, though it gets very busy during holiday periods.

Directions: Drive to the end of Gorleston High Street, and turn left. Take Burgh Road exit, which crosses a roundabout; continue straight toward Burgh Castle until the next T-junction—turn left, and the fishery is on the right-hand side (opposite The Cherry Tree Caravan Park).

The best bait for big fish is luncheon meat, pellet and Corn. Maggots in the colder months. You need a landing net, unhooking mat, barbless hooks and no line over 10 pounds. This water is suitable for disabled anglers.

Hall Farm Fishery has undergone some bank work in recent years, as well as new management. The fishing has been very up and down, but I only see this lake growing and getting back to what it once was.

Lake Size: Around 2 acres each
Lake Record: Around 10lb mark
Stock: Carp, Bream, Tench, Roach, Rudd
Address: Mill Road, Burgh Castle NR31 9QR Great Yarmouth

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