Bungay Common, Ditchingham, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Approximately three acres in size, the Ditchingham Club Pit is on Bungay Common in Ditchingham, Suffolk. The location is very peaceful and secluded. The entrance is almost directly across from the Duke of York pub, and the lane entry is on the roundabout to the right. The pit has some nice features, such as lily pads and an island that goes down to a depth of roughly 7 feet.
Carp, tench, rudd, and roach can all be found in healthy numbers here. Carp are most likely to be found at its deepest point . At the farthest end, where the bottom is muddier, you will catch more tench. The venue provides convenient access by positioning impaired swimming lanes next to the parking lot. Season tickets are exclusively syndicate.
What size do the fish go to?
Restocked in 2004 with 200 little carp ranging from three to four inches in length, but fish up to 32 pounds have been caught.
What tactics work well?
Pole fishing with boilies, pop ups, for carp and maggots and corn for Rudd and Roach.
What facilities are on site?
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.