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Elphicks has been designed and built with the modern angler in mind. We have 7 lakes available for day ticket and session fishing. Each lake has its own parking within easy reach of the swims and all swims are 'all weather' - either built of Astroturf, stone or bark. Please contact the fishery for further information on any of our lakes. Elphicks provides excellent facilities for its guests. The Fishery Lodge carries drinks, snacks and sweets as well as being well stocked with a range of the latest bait and terminal tackle including products from: Solar,...
 
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Our day ticket fishing lake complex on the Kent/Sussex border is set in 200 acres of parkland. Each of our 8 lakes are surrounded by mature trees. We offer day and night fishing all year round featuring mature English Carp to 30lb+, Perch to 5lb+ as well as Bream, Roach, Chubb, Dace and Barbel in the lakes, we also feature a stretch of the River Teise running through the complex. In short we have everything an angler might want for a great day’s fishing. Lakes 1 and 6 Skirmish & HorseshoeOur two match lakes and situated on...
 
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Monk Lakes is a 120-acre fishery off the A229 just south of Maidstone in Kent, that encompasses all that is great about angling in Britain.The site currently comprises of 2 pleasure lakes and 2,000m of river bank along the River Beult available without pre-booking for day & night fishing, 4 match lakes and a specimen lake available with pre-booking. In total, we have over 45 acres of prime water for all levels of anglers.We have installed 80 new swims, with the help of Paddy Timms from PADS ARMY Disabled Platforms, who secured some Lottery Funding to put...
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