Block Fen Lake

Block Fen Drove, Mepal, CB6 2AY, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

At around 20 acres these former gravel pits offer quite a contrast to each other to form a great complex of fisheries. One pit is shallow and coloured whilst the other is clear and weedy.

Block Fen A

Block Fen A is highly stocked with Carp, Roach and Rudd as the dominant species, but Tench, Bream and Perch are also present. Rudd have been caught up to 1lb and Carp to 28lb, although most Carp caught are likely to be 4-5lb. Location: A142 - Mepal CB6 2AY

Block Fen B

Block Fen B is a clear pit with an abundance of natural food. It is home to large specimen Carp up to 34lb and Pike to over 20lbs. Tench, Perch and occasional Bream can be located. Pop up rigs are favoured for the Carp and Pike. Try ledgering a lobworm for the Perch. Mepal Block Fen B lake is now for members wishing to gain access to the lake. Season permit holder only & not day ticket. We have fitted gates to the track with a code lock. The code is in the club book on the block fen page. Location: A142 - Mepal CB6 2AY


Carp up to 34lb Pike over 20lb

Address: Block Fen Drove, Mepal, CB6 2AY, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.cambridge-fpas.co.uk/

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Daniel Hodges - 3rd Apr 2021 at 10:40pm

Can I purchase a ticket/season tickets on my arrival to block fen A ? was told today this won't be a problem but wanted to clarify please


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Hello i wont fising how much ticket day? - 14th Sep 2019 at 2:58pm

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Anonymous - 17th Nov 2018 at 7:32pm

Hello I am 17, how much would a season ticket cost ? Thanks


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Anonymous - 26th Oct 2018 at 7:47pm

Hi just wondering if your open tomorrow please


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Anonymous - 1st Oct 2018 at 12:14pm

Hi, i am interested in becoming season ticket holder for Block Fen B. please could you you tell me if you have any vacancies for membership? also fees payable and any other information i may need to know. regards David


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Anonymous - 20th Aug 2018 at 4:00pm

Hello,I'm wanting to fish with my to sons for a night are their any rules to this and when do you close?


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