Admirals Walk


Admirals Walk Lane, Hoddesdon, EN11 8, Herts, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

A day fishing only venue on Admirals Walk Lane in Hoddesdon, Admirals Walk is a broad and open fishery.

This is a quiet, private spot that is 25 acres in size. Swims are informal, which is to say they are not particularly appointed or measured in any fashion. There are natural banks to fish from.

Underwater features at Admirals Walk include a selection of gravel bars, gullies, and submerged weed beds. These create opportunities for imaginative anglers.

Angling is available from dawn until dusk. Live baits must be caught from the site itself.

There is no night fishing at Admirals Walk. Permit holders only.

This was one a pike-only fishery, but specimen carp are now part of the equation as well. Tench, bream, and eels also frequent the waters.

What size do the fish go to?

Specimen carp at Admirals Walk range from 10 to 40 pounds.

What tactics work well?

Gaps in the weed beds are good places to start looking for a catch. Carp like the swim the corners in the summer months.

Standard tactics work well at this spot. Regular baiting is ideal.

Keeping quiet is vital at Admirals Walk, as the fish respond to too much activity along the skyline. Steering clear of this side is best, as stock is used to relative peace at this site. Behave accordingly.

Be aware of muddy terrain.

Pike fishing with bait is permitted between October 1 and March 31 only.

Anglers can use lures year-round.

What facilities are on site?

There are no facilities at Admirals Walk.

Is parking available?

There is no designated car park at this fishery.

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