FLE Fishery, Romsey

FLE Fishery at UK FishermanThe FLE Fishery is set on a tranquil countryside farm located just outside of Romsey, close to the New Forest National Park.

The fishery comprises four 'Canal' ponds and the 'Top Lake'. The FLE Canals are stocked with a large head of carp to 12lb but also hold other coarse species such as Tench, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Ide, Bream and Crucians. Each Canal has large, stable wooden platforms and great access. The Top Lake is an atmospheric one acre lake with an island, great marginal features and Carp up to 22lb.

With 40 pegs spread between the four Canals there is plenty of space so come along with your friends, family, match group or perhaps just enjoy a day out on your own.

** This fishery was formally known as Greenridge Farm Lakes.

Address: FLE Angling and Outdoors Pursuits, Green Lane, Ampfield, Hampshire SO51 9BN, England, UK
Species: Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Ide, Bream, Crucian Carp
Tel: 07595 024 363
Prices: visit website for latest prices
Website: www.forlifeexp.com/fishery


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