Angling at Sutton at Hone
Information about fishing at The Banjo including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Kent.
The Banjo is a small gravel pit holding bays and overhanging trees. The venue offers fishing for smaller carp, tench, and general coarse species. For the fishing club’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
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|Dartford & District Angling & Preservation Society|
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Species available in The Banjo
|GEN CRSE FISH|
The Banjo is part of the Sutton at Hone fishing complex, on the east side of Sutton at Hone village. Access is via the A225 and Gravel Road. The venue holds three lakes and a stretch of river; The Banjo is the western of the lakes. Sutton at Hone village is situated south of Dartford, to the east of the M25 and north of the M20. DA4 9HQ.
The Banjo fishery location map: