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Bury Hill Fisheries

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Bury Hill Fisheries
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This is a privately run fishery based on a the site of a 200 year old estate within Dorking, Surry.
There are four lakes that offer a range of different fishing from a specimen Carp lake, to a whole range of species including large Pike and Zander.
The fishery is probably one of the best that we have ever visited and is run exceptionally well, there is even a cafe on site for that all important morning breakfast bacon sandwich.
Bury Hill Fisheries


Bury Hill Fisheries Limited The Boathouse Old Bury Hill Westcott, Nr Dorking Surrey RH4 3JU

Map Location:
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Getting There:
Bury Hill Fisheries is approximately 20 miles from Central London travelling south on the A24, and approximately 7 miles from junction 9 on the M25 and 8 miles from junction 8. As you enter Dorking, follow the signs for the A25 signposted Guildford. As you leave Dorking on the A25 you will find the fishery approximately 1 mile on the left. There is a large brown tourist sign on the right pointing left, however please be aware that trees do obscure the sign during the summer months. You will find the fishery at the end of the single-track lane after a further mile.

Venue Type:

Fish confirmed:
Bream, Carp - Common, Carp - Mirror, Carp - Crucian, Perch, Pike, Rudd, Tench, Wels (catfish),


From the onsite shop

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Most of the tactics you would expect to produce bites will work at this venue.

Carp standard baits such as boilies and pellets work, maggots will produce bites from most fish

11.50 1 Rod, 5.50 second rod

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User Reviews:

Reviewer: craig 26/04/2012 16:13:53 Overall: 49 /50 ( 98 %)
Great Commercial Fishery

This is an excellent fishery. I tend to fish the Milton lake as the Crucian Carp and Tench there are excellent. You have to work quite hard with the Crucians, fine tackle and light bites, but stick with it and you can get a great days fishing in. Overall a really good venue with good pegs and a decent onsite cafe.
Quality of fishing: 9/10
Access to venue: 10/10
Pegs: 10/10
Facilities: 10/10
General Cleaniness of Venue: 10/10