Pippingford Park Estate Lakes

Pippingford Lakes in East Sussex are a group of lakes at the Pippingford Park Estate, known for their diverse dragonfly population.

The lakes offer fishing opportunities for species like carp, pike, perch, roach, and chubb, with catch-and-release practices.

Limited memberships allow for a serene fishing experience, with some enthusiasts camping by the lakes.

Pippingford Park Estate Lakes

Pippingford Park Estate Lakes, Nutley, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 3HW, United Kingdom

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Pippingford Park Estate Lakes

About Pippingford Park Estate Lakes

Pippingford Park Estate in East Sussex has a group of lakes called the River Medway – Pippingford Lakes. These lakes are special because they are home to a wide variety of dragonflies, with 25 different species living there.

You can fish in these lakes along over a mile of shoreline. The fish in the lakes are able to reproduce on their own, and include carp up to 36 lbs, pike up to 28 lbs, perch up to 4 1/2 lbs, roach over 2 lbs, and chubb up to 7 1/2 lbs.

Many people enjoy fishing at night at these lakes, and some even stay for extended periods of time while camping. It is important to use unhooking mats when handling the fish, and keep nets are not allowed here. Only 120 people are allowed to have membership access to these lakes.