Shallowbrook Lakes – Snipe Lake

Snipe Lake at Rectory Farm and Campsite is a serene and diverse fishing spot with various fishing locations and depths ranging from 10 to 18 feet.

It offers opportunities to catch a variety of fish, including small roach, perch, and rudd, as well as larger bream, crucians, and tench.

The lake’s surroundings, such as soft weed and lilies, add to the fishing experience, making it an enjoyable destination for anglers of all skill levels.

Shallowbrook Lakes – Snipe Lake

Shallowbrook Lakes - Snipe Lake, Costessey, Norwich, Norfolk, NR5 0LA, United Kingdom

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About Shallowbrook Lakes – Snipe Lake

Snipe Lake at Rectory Farm and Campsite is a beautiful fishing spot. It’s about 2.5 acres big and has around 20 places where you can fish. There are different spots you can fish from, like a small bay created by an island.

The edges of the lake have soft weed and some lilies, which give you more things to aim for when fishing. The water gets deeper as you go further in, ranging from 10 to 18 feet deep.

There are lots of different types of fish in Snipe Lake. You can catch small fish like perch, roach, and rudd. Using hemp and casters as bait can help you catch bigger roach.

One cool thing about Snipe Lake is that there are lots of tench in there. Spring and early summer are great times to catch them in big numbers.

Aside from the smaller fish, there are also big bream, crucians, eels, and perch up to 3lb 12oz. These bigger fish can make your fishing trip more thrilling and give you the chance to catch some impressive fish.

Whether you like using a float or feeder fishing, Snipe Lake is a peaceful and fun place to fish for all levels of experience.