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- Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes -

Location in South West:
Bullock Farm, Back Lane, Kingston Seymour, North Somerset, BS21 6XA, England.

Tel: 01934 835020
Fax: 01934 835020

Day Tickets:
Day tickets £6 Adults, £4 Junior/OAP/Disabled
Match rates available - call 01934 835020 for details

3 star self cateringholiday cottage accommodation with free fishing for residents
camping & caravanning club campsite
lakeside car parking
refreshments: cold drinks always available, cooked breakfasts and a selection of snacks each Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday from 8am - 12pm

Best Baits:
maggots, corn, bread, meat, paste, pellets, worm, dog biscuits

Getting There: From M5 Junction 20 (Clevedon/Nailsea) ...follow signs for the B3133 for Yatton. Follow this road through the village of Kenn. The main road bears left on top of an old railway bridge - Kingston Seymour is signposted here to the right, there is also a sign for 'Fishing Lakes'. This is Lampley Road. Follow the road over the motorway and down into the centre of the village. Take the sharp right turning into Back Lane, Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes are signposted from the village centre. Approximately half a mile further on you will see Bullocks Lane, ignore this and take the next turning on the right clearly signposted for Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes.
Bullock Farm Fishing Lakes is a well established coarse fishing lake complex just 4.5 miles from Junction 20 of the M5 located in the lovely rural village of Kingston Seymour. As well as coarse fishing, they offer English Tourism Council 3-star rated self-catering holiday accommodation in our two 300 year old barn-conversion holiday cottages. The complex consists of five coarse fishing lakes offering 143 swims. Each lake is heavily stocked with a large variety of coarse fish.

Match Lake: has 31 swims - 8 of these are on a central island accessed by a footbridge. There are six other islands plus many other features giving each swim an individual feel. Best bag of 135lbs. The lake is heavily stocked with a mixture of carp - common [to 10lbs], mirror [to 10lbs], grass, koi, crucean; tench [to 5lbs]; golden tench; bream [to 5lbs]; skimmer bream; roach [to 1.5lbs]; rudd; golden orfe; chub; perch.
Carp Lake: Specimen carp lake with recorded weights of carp up to 26lbs and with individual bags of over 150lbs. There are 22 well spaced out swims, virtually all with their own feature, set out in such a way that you feel you have the lake all to yourself. Un-hooking mats essential.
North Pool: 25 pegs with many features. Stocked with same mixture of fish as the main Match Lake. The banks of the North Pool are steep creating a good depth of water tight to the features. Pleasure bags of over 100lbs recorded.
South Pool: 11 pegs with many features. Heavily stocked with same mixture of fish as the main Match Lake but with a larger proportion of bream [to 5lbs] plus skimmers. Pleasure bags to 100lbs+. The banks of the South Pool are steep creating a good depth of water tight to the features.
Rushcombe Lake: 650 yards long, with each swim having 10 yards of water to the far bank. Itís 4 feet deep, with a 2 foot feature shelf on the far bank, running the length of the lake. Access to the large island is via a footbridge. Purpose-built swims have been installed to provide sturdy platforms to fish from. Matches on this lake are consistently won with weights around the 25lbs-30lbs mark with everyone weighing in - bottom weight has been 7lbs-8lbs.

fish friendly keepnets only
no boilies, dried nuts or bloodworm
loose fed pellets to a max of 1kg but NO high oil-content pellets [eg trout]
groundbait - max 1kg
barbless hooks only
unhooking mats MUST be used for landing fish
14's and under MUST be accompanied by an adult, unless a valid season ticket holder
open dawn to dusk
no night fishing

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