Brandiston, Norfolk NR10 4PQ, United Kingdom
Located in a beautiful spot among the Norfolk Broads is Booton Clay Pit Fishery. East to reach using the local major road networks including the A47, the village itself is a small and charming one with a population of just 100, and the fishery a picturesque place to enjoy fishing.
A triangle shaped lake of just 4 acres, as the name suggests it is a flooded former clay pit. These locations always form excellent fishing ponds with ideal conditions. The lake is surrounded by overhanging trees which add ample shade.
In the water you will find a good head of large carp with sizeable bream, carp roach and tench, with pike also present. A pleasant place to fish, it is popular with anglers of all levels of experience and we do not have sufficient information as to its suitability for the disabled angler.
Day and season tickets are available, and 24hr tickets are also available. The fishery is open 10 months of the year and closed April and May.
What size do the fish go to?
There are carp in Booton Clay Pit that are around 40lb making this a prime spot for specimen hunters. There are many carp in double figures and other coarse fish of fine weights.
What facilities are on site?
There are toilets on site at Booton Clay Pit. The nearby village of Cawston has shops and places to eat, plus a public house.
Is parking available?
Parking is available at the fishery.