Reepham Fishery

Norwich Rd, Reepham, Norwich NR10 4NR

Norfolk's Premier Pleasure Fishery Holiday accommodation and fishing just outside the lovely market town of Reepham.We are best known for the quality and quantity of our fish, plus the care we take to protect them and the beauty of the natural surroundings in which we are set….. Our lakes and grounds are a haven for Wildlife and the perfect place to unwind and enjoy some time at the water’s edge. If it’s a day’s match fishing, a corporate event complete with hospitality or simply a few hours indulging in your favourite hobby – we’re confident you’ll find your find it at Reepham Fishery. We have four well-stocked lakes set within a ten-acre site, less than half a mile from the centre of the historic Market Town of Reepham. Ideally situated in the heart of Norfolk, Reepham Fishery is mid-way between the bright lights of Norwich and the country’s breath taking northern coastline - both are within a half hours drive - and only 15 miles from the famous Norfolk Broads. Reepham Fishery is widely regarded as one of Norfolk's premier pleasure coarse fisheries, having been established for many years on spring-fed Lakes. Having completed an extensive programme of improvements we have now created a popular venue for day ticket fishing, corporate events and fishing holidays. The aim of the fishery is to provide customers with a quiet undisturbed and safe environment which is as close to nature as possible. Protecting the wellbeing of the fish, only the fishery landing nets and mats must be used and we aims to preserve the natural environment as much as possible. It is essential that all Anglers exercise great care when landing and handling of all fish they catch whatever their size.

Address: Norwich Rd, Reepham, Norwich NR10 4NR

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