Burwell Fishing Lake

A mature former quarry

set in a quiet, wooded 38 acre site close to the Wicken Fen Nature Reserve, Burwell Fishing Lake (previously known as Burwell Brick Pit) contains a relatively unknown stock of carp, pike and silver fish.

In particular, carp to 35lb+ have been banked since June 16th, 2013, though far larger fish have been spotted.

A pike of 32lb+ was reported in November 2011.

Rudd to around 3lb+ have been banked throughout the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

In addition, the lake is home to roach, tench, perch, eels and possibly a scattering of (as yet uncaught) catfish.

Essentially, Burwell Fishing Lake thrived on neglect, having been fished only briefly during 2012.

Effectively comprising two pits connected by several deep channels - the first offering depths of 12-18 feet, the second averaging around 20 feet - the lake is approximately 20 acres in size.

A 20 acre lake situated on the Cambridge/Suffolk border. Carp (35lbs+), rudd (3lbs+), tench (7lbs+) & pike (20lbs+), Eels (5lb+). Onsite tackle, bait, & provisions shop, toilets & showers.

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Burwell Brick Pit
Carp and Coarse Fishery
Little Fen Drove
Factory Road
Burwell
Cambridgeshire
CB25 0BN

E-mail: info@burwell-brick-pit.com

Phone: 01638 484246

Mobile: 07764 790822