booton clay pit

Brandiston, NR10 4, Norfolk, United Kingdom

Booton Clay Pit Fishery is nestled in the Norfolk Broads in a picturesque setting. The hamlet itself is a modest and attractive one with a population of about 100 people, and the fishery is a picturesque area to enjoy fishing.

The lake, which is just 4 acres in size and is formed like a triangle, is a flooded old clay pit, as the name indicates. These spots consistently provide outstanding fishing ponds with optimum circumstances. The lake is encircled by trees that provide plenty of shade.

In the water, you'll discover a considerable number of huge carp, as well as bream, carp roach, and tench, as well as pike. It is a lovely site to fish and is popular with fishermen of all levels of expertise; however, we do not have enough information to determine if it is suitable for disabled anglers.

Day and season tickets are available, as well as 24-hour tickets. The fishery is open for ten months of the year, with the exception of April and May.

How big do the fish get?

Booton Clay Pit has carp weighing in at approximately 40 pounds, making it a popular place for specimen hunters. There are several carp in the double digits, as well as other coarse fish in the fine weight range.

What amenities are available on-site?

At Booton Clay Pit, there are restrooms. Cawston, a nearby community, includes stores and restaurants, as well as a public house.

Day ticket
Carp up to 40lb

Address: Brandiston, NR10 4, Norfolk, United Kingdom

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Fishery questions


Ray Baker - 26th Feb 2021 at 3:36pm

Can you please confirm your closing dates for 2021


Chris Almond - 23rd Mar 2020 at 5:39pm

Is the pit still open, thanks

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