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Essex Fishing Venues

The Fennes Fisheries

Contact Tel: 01376 323 285
Email: fennesfisheries@googlemail.com
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Day Ticket Prices Check the fishery website for latest day ticket prices.
Species Present Roach, Rudd, Bream, Tench, Perch, F1s, Specimen Common and Mirror Carp to over 30+lbs
Venue Facilities
  • Car parks
  •  tended banksides, platform pegs
  •  well-maintained ladies and gents toilets
  •  well equipped to cater for disabled anglers
  •  excellent on-site tackle shop which sells a wide range of fresh baits, rods, reels and poles plus accessories
  •  cold drinks and confectionary available plus a refreshment van serving breakfasts, hot and cold snacks and drinks is open on the site almost every Spring and Summer weekend.
Best Baits Sweetcorn, luncheon meat and maggots in summer. Casters, worm and maggots in winter.
Getting There / Directions The Fennes is in Bocking Village which is about three miles north of Braintree just off the A131 at High Garrett. Heading towards Sudbury, turn off the A131 into Bocking Church Street as directed by the brown Tourist Board signs. The fishery is signposted half a mile down Fennes Road.
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The Fennes Fisheries is one of the most popular coarse fisheries in Essex offering carp and coarse fishing on 3 well stock lakes

With a total of 15.5 acres of water and over a 100 swims The Fennes Fisheries is one of the largest family friendly coarse fisheries in the area complete with an on site tackle shop catering for pleasure, match and carp fishing.

Probably best described as a general mixed fishery, The Fennes comprises of three lakes Ash Grounds, Hobbs Croft and Hill & Black.

All three lakes contain Roach, Rudd, Bream, Tench, Perch, F1s, Specimen Common and Mirror Carp to over 30+lbs


Fennes Road, Bocking, Braintree, Essex CM7 5LB

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