Fishing & Campsites

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  1. TYKETRIPPER

    TYKETRIPPER

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    Hi Funsters,

    Can you advise me please on campsites that have their own course fishing lakes/ponds.


    Thank you, Ian:rain:
     
  2. xjrchris

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    where about do you want to go ???
    there are some good sites in brean somerset
     
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    Chichester, HERE none of yer little ponds here, nice big pits and not too crowded, some of the best carp and all around coarse fishing on the south coast, carp to 45lb and some nice pike & tench too:thumb:
     
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    Green Hill Farm on the edge of the New Forest has two lakes contains Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Tench & Carp (Mirror, Common, Ghost, Crucian, Grass & Koi).
    We spent a weekend here last year and found the site to be very peaceful, new toilet blocks going in at the moment. Will be going again sometime this year as well:thumb:
     

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  7. teddybard

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    Eye Kettleby Lakes Melton Mowbray
    has its own CL (C&CC I Think) 5 vans.:Smile:
     
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    I have stayed at these 3, all good fishing.

    Sumners pond in Sussex you can camp on the swim right next to the lake.
    Wylands fisherie Sussex.
    Sams Lake Headcorn Kent.
     
  9. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Gone fishin' instead of just a'wishin' !!!!

    Don't forget our own funster Dylan !:Cool::Cool::Cool:
     
  10. teddybard

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    Commercial Site Lakes & River

    Yarwell Mill
    Peterborough

    also Bluebell Fisheries
    Tansor Peterborough

    & Ferry Meadows Lake And R Nene
    Peterborough
     
  11. TYKETRIPPER

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    Thanks

    Thank you funsters all..will now peruse all your answers.......Tight lines everybody..........

    Ian:Smile:
     
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    and of course Whisby Garden Centre
    but you know all about that one:Smile:
     
  13. bigfish

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    Here be one

    cl site edge of new forest, coarse & trout & river & one pike only lake
    Woodington fishery
    also has bait and tackle shop, luverly brekki

    http://www.woodingtonfishery.co.uk/

    :thumb:
     
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  14. Gosport Tim

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    TykeTripper would definetly agree with Sumner Ponds in Sussex, it is a lovely site with pitches around the main lake and 3 other smaller lakes you can use. It has a small cafe restaurant and another added bonus is that it sells bait & a small but comprehensive stock of terminal tackle. My best bit though is the pub just ouside camp which sells some of the best food I have tasted and has an outstanding selection of real ales on pump. What more could you ask for!!
     
  15. angiemac

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    Hi Funsters, these links are brilliant. But I;m looking to pitch our 40ft RV as close to a lake as possible. So that I can fish whilst our little girl is sleeping/resting in the RV. Twinlakes France is perfect, but a bit too far to go for a few days. We are having withdrawal after seeing all the lovely pics of the Rally.
     
  16. scotjimland

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    Hi
    off the cuff, can't think of any that would suit the RV

    but it's a 2 year old thread, so many won't read again.. you may get more suggestions if you re-post with your specific question..
     
  17. angiemac

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    Thanks, will do.
     
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