Greenfields Carp Fishing

Greenfields Lake in Cambridgeshire is a fishing pond originally dug for Blue clay, stocked with various fish.

It features a nature reserve area and an island, suitable for experienced anglers and beginners.

The area offers parking, toilets, and nearby shops, with rules enforced by a bailiff for a pleasant fishing experience.

Greenfields Carp Fishing

Greenfields Carp Fishing, Rookery Waters, 110 White Fen Drove, Pidley, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3DF, United Kingdom

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About Greenfields Carp Fishing

Greenfields Lake is a medium-sized fishing pond in Cambridgeshire. It was originally dug out for Blue clay. The lake has a small island and a nature reserve area for fish spawning, so please avoid fishing in that part of the lake.

The lake is stocked with various types of fish including Mirror carp, common carp, pike, tench, perch, rudd, and roach. There is plenty of parking and toilet facilities available. There is no food on site, but a Co-operative shop is nearby and there is a tackle shop about 2 miles away.

This is a great place for both experienced anglers and those looking to improve their skills. Children under 14 must be accompanied and have permission to fish. You can expect to catch a lot of fish, especially in the summer months.

The bailiff can offer advice on fishing methods and bait, as well as ensuring that all rules are followed. Please respect the facilities and other fishermen by keeping your distance and disposing of trash properly.

It’s important to be mindful of wildlife and not leave any harmful rubbish behind. Your cooperation in keeping the area clean is appreciated.