Fishing at Brookland
Information about fishing at Brookland Reservoir including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Appledore.
Brookland Reservoir is an oblong sized still-water in open countryside offering season ticket angling for carp to low 20s, plus roach and tench. The venue has reedbeds in the margins and depth to 13 feet. For the fishing club’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
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|Cranbrook and District Angling Club|
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Species available in Brookland Reservoir
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Brookland Reservoir Location
Brookland Reservoir lies south of Brookland village in southern Kent, adjacent to the junction of Beacon Lane and Clubb’s Lane. Brookland village is set in the Walland Marsh, west of New Romney and north east of Rye. TN29 9QX.
Brookland Reservoir fishery location map: