Fishing at Bullfield Lake
Information about fishing at Bullfield Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Abingdon.
Bullfield Lake Location
Bullfield Lake is east of Northcourt and south of Radley; the Thames runs nearby to the south. Thrupp Lake lies along the north bank of the venue, and Barton Lane lies to the west of the water. OX14 3NG.
Bullfield Lake fishery location map:
Bullfield Lake is a tree-lined rectangular shaped gravel pit offering coarse angling via syndicate in the Abindgon area. The land owner utilises a management organisation called Earth Trust, and a syndicate is permitted to fish the lake and nearby Thrupp Lake. For the water management organisation’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
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Species available in Bullfield Lake
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