Pea Lane lake was acquired by Becmain Angling Society in 1989. Formerly a gravel pit for construction of the nearby M25 it had good potential for fishing. Becmain carried out extensive work to the lake including creating swims, planting trees and an initial stocking of roach, bream, tench, carp, and perch.
Since then the fish have matured to produce Bream to 12lb, Carp to 28lb, Tench to 10lb, Perch to 4lb and Roach to 2lb. To see some of the fish that have been caught at Pea Lane recently check out the gallery.
Pea Lane Fishery
RM14 2XB Junction of Dennises Lane/Pea lane
Pea lane lake can be reached by turning into Pea Lane from Ockendon Road, follow Pea Lane to the end where you will come to a junction. There is a gate opposite this junction with two brick pillars with eagles on the top, enter through the pillars and through the gateway (open daytime’s), drive straight down to the end. You will see another gate on your right enter the car park via the gate.