Longfield Lake


Tonbridge, Kent, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Longfield Lake is located between Leigh and Upper Hayesden on the west side of the Tonbridge Bypass.  It is a medium-sized still water that features an island, bays, and primarily tree-lined banks. A season ticket is required in order to fish here for recreational purposes. The Tonbridge & District Angling & Fish Preservation Society is the owner of this property.

Originally excavated for the gravel, this 50-peg, tree-lined lake is secluded and calm. There are Bream, Tench, Carp, Roach, Perch, and Pike present, although Bream and Tench are by far the most prevalent species. Because of cormorants’ recent attention, this lake is now mostly known for its huge fish rather than its once-prominent Roach population.

What size do the fish go to?

It is not uncommon to haul in 150-pound nets of bream, with some individuals weighing up to 7 pounds. Tench weighing in at far above 6 pounds are frequently caught.

What tactics work well?

Big ground-bait feeders with corn, worm, maggot, or pellet on the hook will all tempt the Bream and Tench.

What facilities are on site?

Information not available.

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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