Big carp angling at Swattenden
Information about fishing at Bramley Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Kent.
Bramley Lake Location
Bramley Lake is part of the Hartley Lands Fishery located south of Cranbrook village in central Kent. The fishery lies on the north side of the B2086 Swattenden Lane, just east of the A229 Hartley Road. Bramley Lake is the most easterly water on the complex. TN17 3PS.
Bramley Lake fishery location map:
Bramley Lake is a large oblong shaped still-water with reed beds and three large tree-lined islands supplying big carp angling via day ticket in the Swattenden area. Depths go up to 8 feet. For the fishing club’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
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|Hartley Lands Fishery|
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Species available in Bramley Lake
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