Longford Main Lake


Chesterfield Drive, Riverhead, TN13 2, Kent, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Located at Riverhead, Kent, Longford main lake is a former gravel pit that now comprises of 64 acres of general mixed fishery.

The lake is fed by the river Darenth, with shallow areas at 4 ft and deeper swims reaching a depth of 40 ft. This large venue boasts a total of 90 swims all together, therefore, anglers always have a selection to choose from and space to unwind.

The site is healthily stocked with Bream, Skimmers, Carp, Roach, Perch and Tench. Chubb are also present on occasion, as well as some large Pike.

What size do the fish go to?

Carp in the 20lbs region are caught with frequency. Larger Carp tend to be caught regularly, with the current record standing at 42lbs. Large Pike have also been landed, weighing in at as much as 30lbs. Sizeable bags of Bream have also commonly been produced, reaching as much as 100lbs.

What tactics work well?

Using the feeder with sweetcorn or worms often yields good results, especially in terms of Bream and Carp.

What facilities are on site?

Clean on-site toilet facilities are accessible.

Is parking available?

The location offers safe and secure parking spots.

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