Lovelace Farm Fishery

Lovelace Farm Carp Fishery is set in beautiful, secluded surroundings in the heart of Kent.

The fishery is aimed at carp anglers, having only been stocked with Mark Simmonds carp, many of which have grown to over 20lb.

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Location:

Lovelace Farm, Bethersden, Kent TN26 3AJ, England, UK

Day Tickets:

  • £10 a day dawn till dusk 2 rods
  • £15 a day dawn till dusk 3 rods
  • £20 for 24 hours 2 rods
  • £30 for 24 hours 3 rods

Anglers arriving mid day and leaving mid day will be charged for both full days. 10 anglers per day maximum.

* Please note: the fishery is bookings only; contact Gareth 07973306112

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Facilities:

  • Toilet Facilities
  • Car parking
  • Access track to lake

The lake has many fish holding features to target including 4 islands. Every one of the 19 swims has features to fish to.

Lovelace farm fishes well with all types of bait, with fish meal boilies and sweet corn proving particularly successful.

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Please note that an Environment Agency rod licence is required to fish Lovelace Farm Fishery.

How to find Lovelace Farm Fishery:

Lovelace Farm Fishery is situated on the A28 between Ashford and Tenterden.

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Fishery Rules:

The welfare of our fish at Lovelace Farm Fishery, the comfort of our guests and a general concern for maintaining the environment are our main concerns. All visitors are requested to familiarise themselves with the fishery rules before fishing. Anyone found breaking any of these rules will be asked to leave the fishery.

  • No swimming
  • No excessive consumption of alcohol
  • All anglers must have an un-hooking mat
  • Micro barbed hooks preferred
  • No fixed leads
  • No juniors unsupervised
  • No nuts or beans as bait or ground bait
  • No bait boats
  • No bagging of fish in any circumstances
  • Respect fellow anglers

Any persons littering the site will be banned for life! Driving and or parking on the lake edge is prohibited unless permission has been granted by Gareth Burnett.

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