69 Ryston Road, Denver, PE38 0DU, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Denver Claypit is one of many waters on the Wallington Hall Estate close to the charming town of Downham Market in Norfolk. Administered and managed by the Downham Market and District Angling Association (DM&DAA), as the name suggests it is a flooded former clay pit.
The setting is attractive with mature trees and a series of 20 pegs with slid construction. Note that some of these are accessed by a steep bank which may not be suitable for disabled anglers.
The Clay Pit is a well-stocked water of just 1.4 acres and is often used for match fishing. A good head of carp plus other coarse species make this a choice for local anglers as well as those from further afield.
The water is membership only and there are spots available if you are looking for a local fishing club to join. There are no day tickets available for the Clay Pit.
What size do the fish go to?
Carp in the Clay Pit reach 15lb and more, with good sized coarse fish of other species also in the water.
What facilities are on site?
There are no facilities at the fishery other than the pegs. There is a public house in the nearby village of Stow Bardolph, while the town of Kings Lynn is a short drive from the fishery.
Is parking available?
There is ample parking close to the lake.