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At A Glance

How much is it to fish:

adult ticket 4 fish: 32
junior 2 fish : 15



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Tenterden Trout Fishing Lakes

A charming family run trout fishery located in the picturesque Weald of Kent. This popular fishing venue has been ranked in the top 100 still waters by The 'Trout Fisherman Magazine'. The fishery is made up of 3 lakes covering 5.5 acres that hold predominately Rainbow trout (85%-90% Rainbow) with the rest being Brown Trout.

 

Tenterden Trout Waters offer 2 types of permits:

- sporting permits (catch and release).

- or take fish away.


fish species

Rainbow Trout Brown Trout  
Rainbow Trout:
Brown Trout:
 

Lakes are regularly stocked with Rainbow and Brown trout from 2lb - 12lb.


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ticket prices


PERMITS:
DAY: £32 - (4 FISH)

JUNIOR, DAY: £15 - (2 FISH)

 

SPORTING PERMITS (Catch and Release)

DAY: £18

No Closed season for Brown Trout, which are stock throughout the year.

contact details


Address: Tenterden Trout Waters, Coombe Farm, Chennell Park Road, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 6XA
Telephone: 01580 763201
Email: gaynor@coombe-farm.com
Website: www.tenterden-trout-waters.co.uk


directions

Directions from London on M25/M20

On the M20, exit at Junction 8 signed to Leeds Castle.

Take the road off to Leeds Castle. Go past the castle and follow the road until you come to a T junction with the A274. Turn left onto the A274 heading towards Headcorn. Go through Headcorn and onto Biddenden, where the road changes to the A262. Carry on through until you come to a T junction with the A28. Turn right onto the A28 and you are in St Michaels, Tenterden.

Go past the London Beach Hotel & Golf Club entrance on the right and take the next turning on the right into SHOREHAM LANE (Trout Water tourist sign is visible).

Drive approx half a mile until you get to a junction – turn right and follow the lane passing Silcocks Farm Shop on the right, continue down the lane and then bear left following the Trout Waters sign – the fishery is on the left and you will see a green fish pointing down the drive at the entrance.

From passing Leeds Castle to reaching the Fishery should take approximately 25 minutes.

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"popular flies "

"Flies that are popular at the fishery include: , Green Grizzly Beetle, locally famous Coopers Yellow and Goldhead variants. During the colder months Montana nymphs are found to work well.".

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