Cackle Hill Lakes


Headcorn Road, Biddenden, Kent. TN27 8JW, United Kingdom

Cackle Hill Fishery Information

Operating since 2010, this three-lake fishery presents and ideal spot for specimen anglers of all abilities.

Lake 1 is the main lake within the complex. The lake has a total of nine swims with a depth between 6ft and 11ft. Each swim gives the angler comfortable space and boast a variety of different fishing features.

The lake has a healthy stock of Common Carp, Mirror Carp, Grass Carp, Ghost Carp and Catfish.

Lake 2 has an average depth of 6ft, and the reed fringed margins offer a stunning location that provides good fishing throughout the entire year. The spot is home to Carp, Perch and Catfish.

Despite being the smallest lake, the Mixed Lake should not be overlooked. It is stocked with a healthy quantity of Silver Fish, Tench, Bream, Chub, Carp and Catfish. As well prime fishing, the Mixed Lake is visit worthy based on the views alone, and the resident Kingfisher family are spotted there.

What size do the fish go to?

Commons and Mirrors have come in at an average of 35lbs. Tench and Perch tend to be in the 6-8lb region and Catfish have weighed in at as much as 80lbs.

What tactics work well?

The majority of anglers cast from the far bank of the main lake. However, side margins should not be completely ignored and often produce good results.

The far end of lake 2 has regularly brought healthy catches of Carp to the visiting angler.

The middle of the Mixed Lake has proven to be a prime spot, as well as the undercut margins.

Ground bait feeder tactics can result in substantial catches of Bream. Boilies and floaters tend to be optimal for catching the carp.

What facilities are on site?

There is a tackle store with a vast quantity of materials. An on-site café is available where freshly cooked meals are prepared, as well as hot and cold drinks for sale. Toilet and shower facilities are also accessible.

Is parking available?

There is secure parking on-site.

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