Rookery Lane, Bromley, Kent BR2 8HE, United Kingdom
Rookery Lake is a body of water measuring 2.5 acres in size, with an island at one end. There are just under six acres of forest surrounding it, and only a maximum of 50 people can be a part of the syndicate carp lake.
Leather carp were bred here in the 17th century by local monks who utilized the lake as a breeding ground for the fish since it did not necessitate de-scaling. It is likely that original strain of leather carp still exists in the lake.
The Rookery Estate purchased the lake at some point and turned it into an ornamental boating lake for the benefit of Bromley Hall’s occupants and guests for many years. In the present day, Rookery Lakes provides anglers with an opportunity to fish in a calm, historic, and distinctive location. Crucian Carp, Tench, Bream, Pike, Roach, and Perch are all found in the lake.
What size do the fish go to?
To the excess of 20lb
What tactics work well?
Coarse fishing tactics
What facilities are on site?
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available.