Newland Hall Fishery

Newland Hall, Bishops Stortford Road, Roxwell, Chelmsford CM1 4LH

The four fishing lakes at Newlands total approximately 10 acres. They are all very well managed, very tidy and are heavily stocked. There is ample close by parking, toilets and drinking water.The Brook Lake is pegged for 50. It is heavily stocked with common and mirror carp up to 30lb, roach and tench. The lake is ideal for carp, match or pleasure fishing. The Moat Lake is pegged for 30. It is very heavily stocked with common and mirror carp and roach. The average size of fish is smaller than the Brook Lake, which makes it perfect for both match and pleasure fishing. Match winning weights regularly exceed 300lb (see angling press). The Park Lake is pegged for 15. It is stocked to a similar density to the Moat Lake with a high density of carp and roach, and therefore is perfect for pleasure fishing and small matches. The Osiers Lake is a specialist carp water with only 10 named and carefully positioned swims. With common and mirror carp from 15Ib to 35Ib it is ideal for the more “serious” carper. The lake is available on a day/night ticket basis. No booking required, as with the other lakes, the bailiff will collect the money on the bank. It is also available to book for private group sessions with exclusive use for up to 10 anglers for up to 72 hours. This will guarantee total privacy and exclusivity. Please contact Maxine on 01245 231010 for details. The Moat Lake, Brook Lake and Park Lake are also bookable for matches. We do not book individual swims for day and night tickets; this is operated on a first come first served basis.

Address: Newland Hall, Bishops Stortford Road, Roxwell, Chelmsford CM1 4LH

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