Couldens Farm Fishery is located in Edenbridge, Kent. It is a fairly new addition to the fishing scene in Kent having been taken over and reinstated as a fishing venue by the current owners in 2016.
The lake is around an acre in size and is stocked with a wide range of species including carp, crucians, roach, rudd, tench, bream and perch. There are two islands and a tree lined bank – all of these offer good places to target. The car park and paths are all well maintained, so during the winter months should be solid – not your typical mudfest that can be found at a lot of fishing venues. There are plans to add additional waters to the venue in 2019.
Main Species at Couldens Farm Fishery
Rules and Restrictions
- Unhooking mats must be used
- No braid mainline or hook links
- No fixed leads
- No trout or halibut pellets
- No dogs
- No littering
A cracking crucian taken from Couldens Farm
Day Tickets, Membership and Prices
Couldens Farm Fishery is a season ticket only venue. A season runs for 1 year from March 1st and will cost £70.
A member is able to purchase 2 guest tickets a month, priced at £10 or £5 for under 16s. The guest tickets need to be purchased in advance and will be posted out – so make sure you factor this in!
A fit looking common carp
Find out more information
Address: Monks Lane, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 6QS.
Sat Nav Postcode: TN8 6QS