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Private Woodland Lake, Combewood


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Pleasure angling at High Halden

Information about fishing at Private Woodland Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Kent.

Location

Private Woodland Lake is part of the Coombewood Fishery which is located east of High Halden, on the west side of Redbrook Street and south of Plurenden Road. The lake is the western of the three waters, lying in woodland. High Halden lies north east of Tenterden in south west Kent. TN26 3JH.

Private Woodland Lake fishery location map:

Description


Private Woodland Lake is quiet, secluded, tree-lined water providing coarse angling via day ticket in the High Halden area. The venue holds general coarse fish plus carp to over twenty pounds. For the fishing club/owner’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.

Details

OWNER / CLUB:
Coombewood Fishery
Details of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
Website of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
TICKET:
Day ticket
SEASON:
ROD LIMIT:
Two rods
BAITBOATS ALLOWED:
No
BOATS ALLOWED:
DOGS ALLOWED:
No
NIGHT FISHING:
HOOKS (usage rules):
Barbless hooks / micro-barbed
KEEPNETS:
No
SIZE:
Information:
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Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WGHT
CARP YES 20lb+
PIKE
CATFISH
TENCH
BREAM
BARBEL
CHUB
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD
DACE
ROACH
PERCH
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN CRSE FISH YES

Nearest Pub

The Chequers on the Green, Ashford Rd, High Halden, Ashford TN26 3LP.

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