Broad Acres Lake

Broad Acres Lake, also known as “Barry’s Lake,” in Herefordshire, is a popular fishing destination with various fishing areas and features.

The 9 to 10-acre lake offers opportunities for pole fishing, feeder fishing, and predatory fishing for pike.

It is home to a variety of fish species, including carp, catfish, and pike.

Accessible parking and proximity to the railway station make it convenient for anglers to visit.

Broad Acres Lake

Broad Acres Lake, DN18 5, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

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Broad Acres Lake

About Broad Acres Lake

Broad Acres Lake in Herefordshire is a large fishing lake with many different areas to fish. It is also known as “Barry’s Lake” by locals. The lake is about 9 to 10 acres in size and has a variety of features. The water depth ranges from 4 to 6 feet. The owner’s house overlooks the lake.

There is ample parking on site, including spaces for disabled anglers. The lake is popular for fishing matches and offers a variety of fishing tactics, such as pole fishing and feeder fishing. Predatory fishing for pike is also successful, with some pike weighing over 20 pounds.

The lake is home to roach, perch, bream, carp, and catfish. It is not heavily stocked, so it is best not to use too much bait. It is recommended to fish with lighter gear, as the double figure carp are not always easy to catch. Many pegs allow for fishing in the margins and across the lake.

To get to Broad Acres Lake, head towards Barton from the South side of the Humber Bridge via the A15. Look for the railway station, then turn onto Waterside Road and Malt Kiln Road. Follow the signs for the fishery.