Burn Valley Fisheries

Carp Tench
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Fishery Information
Burn Valley Fisheries
Burn Valley Fisheries,
Compton Hall, South Creake , Fakenham,

NR21 9JD
Fish Species
Carp Tench Bream Roach Rudd
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Fishery Information

Burn Valley fisheries is based in the idyllic location of South Creake just outside Fakenham in North Norfolk.

We pride ourselves on our fast growing strain of Common and Mirror carp which are all bred from our own brood stock, and then grown on in our lakes in and around Norfolk.

We also offer other course fish such as Roach, Bream, Rudd, Crucian carp and Tench.

The valley offers its own carp fishing lakes which were created on a natural spring from the river Burn.

We have excavated the ponds and landscaped the area to create ideal fishing locations stocking it with our own varieties of fish.

South Creake Fishing lakes are located just out side Fakenham in Norfolk on the B1355 heading to Burnham Market. South Creake Fishing Lakes offer a wide range of fishing from the beginner to the most competent carp anglers. The 3 acre fishing lake offers the chance to catch Mirror/Common carp, Tench, roach, rudd and bream. The biggest carp caught last year weighed in at 28.9lbs and some Bream and tench are now reaching double figures.

South Creake Fishing Lakes have a total of 25 swims which makes this lake a very good day ticket water as well as offering the chance to other fishing clubs to book the lake for fishing matches.

South Creake Fishing Lakes do not have a closed season and are there for open all year around. The lakes are open from first light through to dawn. A day ticket costs £7.00 Adult £5.00 Child (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult) and £5.00 concessions. The day tickets can be brought on the bank of the fishery as there will be a bailiff that will be on site at least 3 times a day, or fishing clubs can prebook with the owner Nick Gardner.

South Creake Fishing Lakes takes great pride in there stock of fish as they have their own hatchery to breed their own carp and own growing on ponds to produce carp for sale www.burnvalleyfisheries.co.uk and to stock their own fishery. The fishing lakes do offer a gravel track and car park down to the fishery which also have toilet facilities on them.