Fishing

Chiddingstone Castle’s lake covers approximately 3.5 acres and is naturally stocked with original Carp, Bream and Perch. We allow fishing on Chiddingstone Castle’s Lake all year round. There are however, a few days a year when this is not possible which we list below.*

 

Day permit - £10.00 per person (up to 2 rods)

Under 14s - FREE, but must be accompanied by a paying adult

We ask that all fishermen behave respectfully towards the Castle staff and other visitors and abide by a few rules to ensure everyone is safe.

Please:

  • Always be in possession of a valid fishing license as you may be asked to show this on the day
  • Use barbless hooks
  • Always us a landing net
  • Use an unhooking mat for larger fish
  • Take away all rubbish and broken lines. There is a green bin you can use in our car park.
  • Keep a very close eye on any children with you
  • Tell us if you see any fish snagged on a broken line or stray gear

Please do not:

  • Fish from the bridge
  • Use a keep net
  • Fish out of the permitted areas (south of the bridge and on the village side of the lake)
  • Fish without a shirt
  • Light a barbecue or open fire anywhere in the grounds of the Castle
  • Leave tangled gear in the trees or in the water
  • The Castle staff reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the grounds who refuses to comply with the above rules.

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