Beaver Farm Fishery
With a total of 10 waters varying in size, Beaver Fishery provides a range of fishing to suit everyone from novices through to specimen carp anglers and matchmen making it an ideal fishing venue in Surrey.
Beaver Fishery facts and features
Established over 30 years ago with just two ponds for angling, Beaver Fishery has grown into one of the top angling venues in the South East. With a total of 10 waters varying in size from ponds to lakes, plus a half mile stretch of the Eden Brook, the fishery is spread over a 49 acre site on the Surrey/Sussex border just north of East Grinstead.
Beautifully designed and planted
The result is a major complex that provides a range of fishing to suit everyone from juniors and novices through to specimen carp anglers and matchmen. Yet the thing which strikes the summer visitor to Beaver is not just the woodland setting and attractive waters but the way the fishery has been developed to create a natural environment that attracts a host of wildlife. This is because Beaver Fishery is owned and run by the same people who own Beaver Water Plants, the UK’s largest wholesalers of aquatic plants.
As a result, the waters and banksides have been lavishly planted with a wide range of lilies and flowering marginal plants which not only provide cover for the fish and angler but also burst into a blaze of colour to gladden the heart of those who want their surroundings to be every bit as impressive as the fishing. Indeed, one part of the site is an SSSI which is a marshland wilderness hosting an abundance of animals, birds and insects which bring another dimension to the fishery.