Fullers Reservoir


Halstead, CO9 3, Essex, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Some five minutes away from Brickwall Farm, we can find the Fullers Reservoir. This fishery has only a single road leading up to it and is surrounded by fields of green and such. The lake itself is lined with trees which provide the much-needed shadow that anglers need during the warm summer days.

The reservoir is built as a coarse fishery and fishing here is based on club membership. At the same time, anglers must also hold a permit with the Colnes Angling Society.

When it comes to fishing spots, the reservoir is equipped with as many as 20 different pegs. Keep in mind that these function on a first-come-first-served basis. As such, early anglers are rewarded. Regarding the stock, you have the chance to catch Mirror, Crucian, and Common Carp, Bream, Tench, and Rudd.

It is worth mentioning that anglers must fish from stagings only. Fishing from the bank is not allowed in this fishery.

What size do the fish go to?

Carp specimens are of average size.

The same goes for Tench, Bream, and Rudd.

What tactics work well?

Check the baits that the club allows before fishing.

Bread, corn, and boilies are recommended for carp.

Jiggly baits, maggots, earthworms, and such are ideal for Tench and Rudd.

Bream, on the other hand, are best caught with a combination of the above – bread, maggots, peeled prawns, and so on.

What facilities are on site?

Disabled facilities available on site.

Clubhouse near the lake might be equipped with toilets and such.

Is parking available?

Medium-sized parking lot near the reservoir.

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