Homersfield Lake has its place in carp fishing history. It’s been owned by our
family since 1978. Our family started the iconic Waveney Valley Lakes in Norfolk
in 1962, which became the blueprint for future carp fisheries around the UK.
It’s been credited as where the modern day carp angler was created.
Homersfield Lake has now become known as one of the most prolific specimen
fishing lakes in the UK. It holds mirror and common carp up to 60lbs, roach
over 4lbs, Wels catfish over 100lbs, tench over 13lbs, bream over 15lbs and
perch over 3lbs.
Full membership is limited, and the lake membership is always full. If you
are interested in joining our waiting list please email us. It’s very helpful for
you to provide us with some background information on your fishing history
and experiences. It’s always a pleasure to meet potential members and
show them around.
The lake is closed for fishing for four weeks during May and June each year to
allow the fish to spawn.
Memberships run from April 1st until March 31st the following year.
The only way non-members can fish here is by renting Kingfisher Lodge or
Five Islands House (terms and conditions apply). One of the best ways for
us to offer a membership is by having a day’s fishing with Phil Spinks. This is
a great way for us to get to know you and a chance for you to see and fish
the lake. If you would like to apply for membership please email us on
email@example.com with all of your relevant details.