Mid Kent Fisheries
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Mid Kent Fisheries - Conningbrook
Although this is a very hard water with approximately 30 known Carp present, the sheer size of these fish is exceptional. The anglers who fish this water on a regular basis know that the next run could be a personal best
The lake which produced the British Record Mirror of 67lb known as Two Tone which sadly died two years ago. It still holds some huge fish in excess of 50lb and we have also stocked some new blood recently. The site is shortly to be transformed into a country park which will be owned by Ashford Borough Council but the fishing will remain on site and will still be run by Mid Kent Fisheries. There are some stunning pike in the lake to high 20’s also.
1. Members must sign in when arriving and sign out when leaving. The book placed in the cabinet located in the first car park.
2. Park only in designated areas.
3. Do not drive on any part of the grassed areas.
4. Be polite at all times to all bailiffs and members of staff from Brett’s.
5. All plant and machinery is out of bounds.
6. Use the toilet provided on site and no other area.
7. Boat is available for use to free snagged fish ONLY. Life Jackets must be worn
8. Strictly no guests except non-fishing partner.
9. Dogs permitted under control.
Dave Padgham memorial pike competition 22nd Jan 2012 The Dave Padgham memorial pike competition at conningbrook lake.
Anybody who is interested please see the forum or contact the office. Source: mkf, Date and Time of entry: Friday, December 16, 2011 10:02
Conningbrook The usual Brook, with Two Tone still putting on weight. Those who put the effort in seemed to get rewarded. Source: mkf, Date and Time of entry: Friday, January 29, 2010 17:20
Please note that
access to this and all Mid Kent Fisheries sites is strictly
by appointment only.
All our venues
apart from Match Lake are
only available to members. Please check with our office
for the availability of day tickets for Match Lake
Our fishing sites
are on private land and often shared with other amenities
or industrial areas such as working quarries. Requests
for permission to access to view these sites should
be made to the fisheries manager Chris Logsdon.