Weeping Willow Fishery - United Kingdom

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Weeping Willow Fisheries

Located in the Kent County of South East England, the Weeping Willow Fisheries welcome all angling explorers with their endearing summer atmosphere of that British natural allure that is next to magical in its simplicity. Surrounded by distant ridges and roaming valleys, nothing is more welcoming to the tired wanderer than this willow-grown angling paradise! Although most of the Weeping Willow Fisheries are man-made reservoirs, their name comes from the one natural Willow Lake, smallest of them all and old as time itself, with a magnificent century-old weeping willow, that’s been towering right in the middle of its still waters for almost a century! Among the best Carp fishing destinations in the world, this marvelous equatorial complex encompasses five stunningly beautiful lakes and the lovely shallow Grasswickshire River. The complex can easily satisfy and quench the desire of any anglers eager to go on a good Carp hunt or indulge in the challenge of catching other species like Wels Catfish, Northern Pike, Tench, Bream and many more! Indeed, pure in their sweet perfection, the Weeping Willow Fisheries offer the most relaxing angling in Britain.

Requirements and fees

Accessible from level 50
Travel fee 10000 credits
Fishing fee 2000 credits / day

Licenses

Term Basic License Advanced License
MUST BE RELEASED: Trophy and Unique Crucian Carp, Trophy and Unique Wels Catfish, Trophy and Unique European Perch, Trophy and Unique Common Carp, Trophy and Unique Grass Carp, Trophy and Unique Prussian Carp, Trophy and Unique Common Bream, Trophy and Unique Tench, Trophy and Unique Leather Carp, Trophy and Unique Mirror Carp, Trophy and Unique Northern Pike, Trophy and Unique Hybrid F1 Carp, Trophy and Unique Golden Tench, Trophy and Unique Ghost Carp
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: forbidden
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
MUST BE RELEASED: Common, Trophy & Unique European Eel
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
NIGHT CATCH: allowed
BOAT FISHING: forbidden
Available from level 50 50
1 day 4000 credits 8000 credits
3 days 11400 credits 22800 credits
Week 25200 credits 50400 credits
Month 96000 credits 192000 credits
Unlimited 860 baitcoins 1715 baitcoins

Season

Summer

Starting points

Willow Lake
Willow Lake

If one were to ask where’s the best Carp fishing in Britain, Weeping Willow Lakes would be the answer. Now, if one were to ask which of the five marvellous lakes is best, we could say that each one has its own unique fishing charm and challenges. But anglers tend to agree, that the biggest Carp seem to dwell in the oldest and deepest of all lakes - the Willow Lake, which is in fact the original natural lake, around which the other four manmade ponds were created just a few decades ago for the purpose of fishing recreation. The lake with its legendary century-old weeping willow is located in the easternmost part of the complex, being the smallest and yet deepest of all, its grassy shore steadily descending into the still waters. There, in deep crevices and holes, lurk all your favorite bottom-dwellers: meaty Carp, supple Bream and juicy Tench.








Golden Lake
Golden Lake

Heading further down south along the sunny willow-grown path, the angler stumbles upon yet another aquatic pearl of the Weeping Willow necklace - the Golden Lake. Grown with charming lily pads and yellow irises, this wetland is said by some to get its name from the golden gleam of its waters in the rays of late-summer sun. However, the true reason is far more satisfying to any angler in search of the unique Golden Tench, abundantly dwelling in the still waters of Golden Lake. Surrounded by luscious green trees, this reed-grown enigmatic pond’s soothing atmosphere to quench weary traveller’s desire for peace and quiet is also home to different fish species, like Carp, Bream and Carassius.









Weeping Willow Administration
Weeping Willow Administration

Welcome to the Weeping Willow Lakes fishing complex, a 120-acre fishery with over 45 acres of water surface that is suitable for anglers of all levels and age groups! Our marvelous willowy fishery encompasses a total of 5 match lakes: Willow Lake, Bridges Lake, Cave Lake, Arbor Lake and Golden Lake as well as the lovely Grasswickshire River - all available for day & night fishing. The Weeping Willow Administration is here to cater to your needs with its convenient leisure facilities and an on-site tackle shop! We hope you enjoy your stay! Tight Lines!








Arbor Lake
Arbor Lake

This magnificent little peninsular with a lovely gazebo right in the middle of Arbor Lake is perhaps the most popular fishing spot in the whole complex. Treating its guests to a stunning sunrise view of the pristine landscape, Arbor Lake engulfs you whole with its hypnotic vibe of relaxing freedom. The the old wooden gazebo peacefully overlooks this glorious fishing paradise with its dense green reeds and the gradual grassy shore descending into the murky waters that surround the weary traveller, as if cutting off all worries and hassles and leaving them somewhere behind...anywhere, but here. Just listen to the songs of summer birds and you feel the rustling of crispy grass underneath your feet...and meditate in serene concentration as you fish for supple Bream, meaty Carp or feisty Tench.








Grasswickshire River
Grasswickshire River

Once you’ve explore the bottom-fishing paradise of the five Weeping Willow’s match lakes, you can grab your favorite spinning rod and go get some predators! This meandering shallow river, charming in its serene natural beauty, looks both old and ageless at the same time. Indeed, together with the Willow Lake, this natural waterway was the source and foundation for the rest of the Weeping Willow Lakes fisheries. But that is history...whereas in the eyes of our angling guests, the Grasswickshire River is a breath of fresh air with its pleasant contrast of slow, but existent current and clearer waters as opposed to its still-watered aquatic companions within the complex. The river’s grassy steep shores abruptly descend into the cool waters, making it is just the place to get out your spinning tackle and finally catch some Northern Pike, European Perch and Chub!








Cave Lake
Cave Lake

In the southeastern part of the Weeping Willow Lakes fishing complex you can indulge in fishing right amidst the cool calm waters of Cave Lake. This unique fishing spot is located on a small island right in the middle of a rather vast wetland, and is just the place to escape the heat of late summer days with your favorite match rod in hand and the sweet fresh breeze caressing all your senses in its exquisite spontaneity. Relaxing and mesmerizing in its purity, Cave Lake boasts a rather varied underwater terrain with crevices and caves that are perfect hideout for many bottom-dwellers, including Carp, Tench, Carassius and Bream.









Bridges Lake
Bridges Lake

In the northernmost part of Weeping Willow fisheries, anglers can find Lake Bridges - a real fishing wonderland with a maze of wooden bridges connecting small picturesque islands scattered across the lake’s mirrory surface. Just the sight for sore eyes, this picturesque fishing spot is the place to go with your favorite match rod if you’re up for a good hunt. Numerous Carp, Bream, Tench, Carassius and more underwater dwellers await their worthy opponent looking for the fish fight of their life.








Boats & Kayaks boarding points

None

Resident species