Pentney Lakes: Fishing and Watersports
Fir Lodge is an ideal venue for an extended family holiday with some relaxing fishing, or for a focused group of anglers...and a four night discounted mid-week stay the best opportunity, in all seasons.
Further discounts are offered for small groups, mid week.
Pentney Lakes includes eight separate, secluded lakes dedicated to and carefully maintained for angling, with good stocks of carp up to 28lb, bream, roach, rudd, perch and catfish. The resident bailiff is ever helpful, and gives lessons for beginners.
For details go to www.willowcroftfishfarmandfisheries.co.uk
There is a tackle shop on site, and Kings Lynn has three tackle shops, including Ship Shape Tackle.
Just three miles away you can catch fresh trout for your supper at Narborough Trout and Coarse Lakes .
The waterways of the Fens are celebrated for pike and zander, along with roach, bream, rudd and tench.
both have informative websites.
For fishing in the Broads go to the Norfolk Broads website for boat hire.
Fishing from the beach is spectacular from Salthouse to Southwold and beyond.
Watersports at Pentney
A highlight for many would be their first experience of water-skiing, bookable on site.
Guests in Fir Lodge who bring their own canoe or sailing dingy have free access to a specific lake for sailing (please ask before for directions to the lake).
if you bring your own motorised boat there is a fee to pay.
Visit Pentney Lakes website, and confirm the details with Kelly Atkins on 07947 752704 before you book your stay.
For advice on Where to paddle your canoe on the Norfolk Coast and in the Broads visit