Lisburn, UK

Fishery Information

Brookhall is a 3.1-acre lake located in Lisburn. The lake features numerous islands, lilies, gravel spots, and margins, with an average depth of 4-6 feet in the shallow end and 9-10.5 feet in the deep end, depending on water levels. The lake contains some weed, providing a challenge for anglers. Brookhall was taken over by NICAS in 2016 and opened to members in 2017. It is a low stocked big fish water, making it quite challenging to fish.

What size do the fish go to?

Brookhall had an initial stocking of 50+ carp up to 21 lbs, with the current lake record weighing 30 lbs 7 oz. There are four fish around the 30 lb mark and multiple back up carp in the 20s to upper 20s.

What tactics work well?

Using boilies and pellets is an effective method for fishing at Brookhall.

What facilities are on site?

Facilities at Brookhall include a toilet facility, running water, and an NICAS tackle shop.

Is parking available?

No information available.

Difficulty Rating



Brookhall is open all year to NICAS members, except during spawning when the complex is closed.

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