Tylers Common Fishery


Nags Head Lane, Brentwood, RM14 1TS, Essex, United Kingdom


Fishery Information

The Tylers Common Fishery complex covers 25 acres and contains an impressive four lakes. The spot was established 13 years ago and is one of the most premier commercial fisheries in the southeast.

Ash Lake is highlighted by 25 pegs, with depths up to two feet in the margins and five feet seven metres in from the banks. Ash Lake counts roach, bream, carp, tench, and crucian carp among its current stock.

Horseshoe Lake is popular for match fishing, featuring 60 pegs with depths of two to five feet. Open matches are reported Saturdays, so there’s always something exciting going on at Tylers Common Fishery on the weekend. Fish in Horseshoe Lake include roach, rudd, ornamental fantails, carp, crucians, bream, tench, and barbel.

Wagtail Lake is a specimen lake ranging four acres in size. It’s dotted by two islands and noted for depth that varies from two feet in the margins to well over five feet seven metres or so from the banks. This lake features 38 pegs. Stock includes roach, rudd, carp, crucians, barbel, tench, and bream.

Finally, Willow Lake has a lot in common with Ash Lake. Once known as Stretham Lake, this is two acres of rushes and shrubs dotted with 31 swims. Some reports have Willow Lake featuring just 25 swims, so anglers might want to double-check the details before heading out. Willow Lake is loaded with specimen fish, including carp, bream, tench, roach, rudd, and more.

What size do the fish go to?

Specimen fish at Tylers Common Fishery are sure to impress. Carp over 40 pounds have been pulled from Willow Lake, while the largest carp to come out of Wagtail Lake was 31 pounds and eight ounces. Horseshoe Lake has reports of a captured 27 pounds mirror carp, snagged by boilies with sweetcorn.

What tactics work well?

Most general angling tactics will work at Tylers Common Fishery, but reports suggest boilies turn up some good catches.

A maximum of one kilogram of ground bait is permitted per person. As per regulations, only barbless hooks are allowed. Keepnets are only permitted in organized matches and must be a minimum of 10 feet, so keep this in mind as well.

What facilities are on site?

Full brick toilet facilities are available on location.

Is parking available?

Parking is available on the premises. It should be noted that anglers use the parking facilities at their own risk.

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