Bury hill fisheries

Bury Hill Fisheries in London, known for its rich fishing history, has evolved over the years into three new lakes – Temple, Bonds, and Milton.

Despite the original lake being closed, the site remains a popular destination for anglers seeking diverse fishing experiences, well-managed lakes, and picturesque surroundings.

Bury hill fisheries

Bury Hill Fisheries, Old Bury Hill, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3JU, United Kingdom

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About Bury hill fisheries

Bury Hill Fisheries in London has been around since the 19th Century and is well-known for its fishing. In the past, the Old Bury Hill Lake was famous for its tench and pike. In the 1960s and 1970s, it was a popular spot for fishing competitions.

Nowadays, the original lake is no longer available for fishing, but the site has been transformed into three new lakes. The Temple Lake is the main attraction with its beautiful surroundings. There are also two smaller lakes, Bonds and Milton, which were created in the 1990s for anglers looking for different fishing experiences.

Whether you enjoy catching big fish or just relaxing by the water, Bury Hill Fisheries has something for everyone. The lakes are well-managed and offer a variety of fishing opportunities, making it a top destination for anglers from all over.