Fishing at Aldington
Information about fishing at Aldington Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Kent.
Aldington Lake is a medium-sized oblong lake running north to south with two promontories in the east bank and two large islands. The venue depths go from very shallow to fifteen feet and offers carp and coarse angling in the Aldington area via season ticket. For the fishing club/owner’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
|OWNER / CLUB:|
|Maidstone Victory Angling Society|
|Details of owner / club:|
|Website of owner / club:|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
|Barbless / Microbarbed hooks only|
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Species available in Aldington Lake
|GEN CRSE FISH||YES|
Aldington Lake Location
Aldington Lake lies north of Aldington village, on the south side of the East Stour River near Woodleas Farm. The lake’s east bank is adjacent to Backhouse Wood. Aldington village lies south east of Ashford in southern Kent. TN25 6SY.
Aldington Lake fishery location map: