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The Sedges Fishery

Three lakes covering six acres of water stocked mainly with carp and bream

Key facts about The Sedges Fishery

Well spaced pegs
Decent sized carp
Pole, feeder and waggler all work well
Pellet and paste good in summer
Corn and maggots favoured in winter
Popular club match fishery
At least one lake reserved for pleasure anglers
Landing nets and keepnets supplied by the fishery
Nine static caravans for hire
Touring vans welcome

The Sedges is a family run fishery close to the M5 motorway which offers three lakes covering more than six acres of water with plenty of well spaced pegs. All are well stocked with mainly carp and bream although there are also plenty of tench, perch, roach and rudd. Pole and feeder fishing are popular approaches on Tile and Brick Lakes. Fishing a shallow waggler also works well in the warmer months. Pole fishing is the best way to attack Canal Lake, although any float fishing style should catch well. Pellets and paste work well in the summer, swapping to corn and maggots when it is colder.

The fishery has nine static vans within comfortable walking distance of the lakes. Four vans sleep up to seven people whilst the others sleep up to five. All fishing tickets are included in the prices. In addition there are eight pitches with electric hook ups alongside Tile Lake. Prices for these do not include fishing tickets.

How to get there

Exit the M5 at Junction 23, heading for Glastonbury
Turn right at the traffic lights and follow this road for approx 1 mile, including going back over the motorway
Take the first left turn into the housing estate
Continue straight on this road (Eastern Avenue) and turn left on A372, Westonzoyland Road
Take the next right, into Dunwear Lane
Look out for our fishery sign on the left hand side after passing under the motorway
Get directions on Google Maps

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If you enjoy fishing in Somerset then you could take a look at some of our other fishing lakes in Somerset including, Summerhayes Fisheries, Trinity Waters Fishery, Viaduct Fishery and Avalon Fisheries.

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