Bough Beech Reservoir, Edenbridge

High Street, Leigh, Leigh, TN11 8, Kent, United Kingdom

Bough Beech reservoir is a single body of water covering 285 acres set within the picturesque tree lined countryside of the Weald of Kent. Its coloured deep waters were in previous years ran as a trout fishery attracting large numbers of anglers during this season in pursuit of brown and rainbow trout. Bough Beach reservoir now provides excellent coarse, carp and pike fishing. Carp fishing season at Bough Beech runs from 1st April consecutively and comprises of fifty syndicate members. Full details of membership information can be obtained via fishery manager Ken Crow.

Day ticket
Carp over 30lb
Pike over 20lb

Address: High Street, Leigh, Leigh, TN11 8, Kent, United Kingdom

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Fishery questions


Scott Gwatkin - 28th Oct 2021 at 3:04pm

How do I get on the 50 man syndicate please?


David Mitchell - 27th May 2019 at 8:27am

I want to come up as a party of 6 anglers on 7th June 2019 to fish for roach and bream . Is this possible and how do I obtain tickets on the day and angling advice e.g where to fish can I use a keepnet etc?


Anonymous - 10th Nov 2018 at 9:36am

Hi, any idea who to approach 're piking on bough beech reside. Many thanks. Dave

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