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Fleet Pond

Fleet Pond

Fleet, Hampshire

Fleet Pond offers a staggering 52 acres of water to target. At this size it is the largest piece of water on Hampshire. The area features a range of rare plants, animals and fungi - the venue certainly deserves its "Site of Special Scientific Interest" award.

Fishing at the pond is only possible from the pegs on the northern bank, however, fishing from boats is allowed.

Main Species at Fleet Pond

Bream
Bream
Carp
Carp
Perch
Perch
Pike
Pike
Roach
Roach

Rules and Bans

  • Fishing is only permitted from 1 hour before dawn to 1 hour after dark
  • Only 2 rods are permitted per person
  • Fishing must only be from authorised jetties
  • No rods are to be left unattended
  • No camping
  • No fires or barbecues
  • No live bait
  • No litter or pollution
  • Permits are not transferable

Tickets and Prices

Fishing at Fleet Pond is in accordance with the standard fishing season - from 16th June to 14th March.

Day ticket: £6

Season tickets are aviailable: 

Adults: £21
Concessions: £10.50
Family ticket: £26 (1 adult, 2 children)

Children under 12 years old can fish for free.

Find out more information

Contact: Hart District Council Countryside Ranger Service

Telephone: 01252 623443

Address: Off Fleet Road, Fleet, Hampshire. GU51 3SB

Directions

By road, exit the M3 at junction 4a and follow the signs to Fleet until you see the brown sign "Fleet Pond"

Sat Nav Postcode: GU51 3SB

Fleet Pond Google Map

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