Homersfield Lake is a private membership water situated in the picturesque village of Homersfield which lies on the river Waveney, splitting the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. This 35-acre lake is set in 70 acres of private landscaped grounds and holds an amazing stock of fish. It’s mainly hidden from view and is considered one of the most prolific fisheries in the UK.

The lake holds mirror and common carp to over 50lbs and a large head of carp ranging from 20lbs to 50lbs. The official British Wels catfish record comes from here with catfish now reaching nearly 100lbs. There are tench over 13lbs, bream over 15lbs and perch also residing in the lake.

The lake is also famous for its large roach, with fish over 4lbs and numerous 3lb+ fish. It is without doubt one of the best roach fisheries in the UK.

We offer full memberships for the year and winter memberships starting from 1st November to 31st March.

Non-members are able to fish the lake when booking Kingfisher Lodge, which resides in the private grounds overlooking the lake. Another way is by booking a private fishing tutorial with specimen angler Phil Spinks.

New for 2020 is our stylish Five Islands House, with wonderful views overlooking the lake.

Watch our video to see more about the lake and hear from the late John Wilson and specimen angler Phil Spinks about what makes the lake so special and exclusive.

For more information about everything we do here follow the links above.

The lake video … with the late John Wilson MBE and Specimen angler Phil Spinks

Latest news

52lb 4oz Common caught 4th July

NEW for 2020 Five Islands House

Carpology issue – July 2020

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