Bromeswell Lakes

Bromeswell Lakes in Suffolk offers two picturesque lakes for fishing.

Horseshoe Lake, 2 acres in size, is named for its shape and hosts a variety of fish.

Willow Lake, 1 acre in size, features a large Willow tree by the bank and is home to similar fish species.

Both lakes provide a serene setting for fishing enthusiasts.

Bromeswell Lakes

Bromeswell Lakes, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 2PX, United Kingdom

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About Bromeswell Lakes

Bromeswell Lakes in Suffolk has two pretty lakes where you can go fishing for the day. You can buy your fishing ticket from the person in charge who comes to check on everyone at the lakes.

The first lake, called Horseshoe Lake, is about 2 acres big and got its name because it looks like a horseshoe. There are lots of different kinds of fish in this lake, like roach, rudd, bream, tench, perch, eels, and different types of carp. You can try to catch these different fish while enjoying the nice views around Horseshoe Lake.

The second lake is called Willow Lake and is smaller, about 1 acre big. It has a big Willow tree by the bank which makes it look really pretty. In this lake, you can find roach, rudd, bream, tench, perch, eels, and various types of carp. It’s a lovely spot to relax and fish by the Willow tree.

Whether you choose to fish at the bigger and diverse Horseshoe Lake or the charming Willow Lake with the beautiful Willow tree, both lakes offer a nice day out for fishing. You can enjoy the peaceful surroundings while trying to catch different kinds of fish.