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Fishery Name: Narborough Fisheries - Meadow Lake
Address: Main Road, Narborough, Norfolk, PE32 1TE

Grid Reference: Entrance Grid Ref: TF 74672 13264

Car Park Grid Ref: TF 74716 13272
Sat Nav: PE32 1TE
Phone Numbers: 01760 338005
Email Address: Automated on their website

Welcome to Narborough Fisheries For Fishing, Caravanning and Tackle Shop.

Narborough Fisheries is situated in its own private 26 acre site in West Norfolk. With beautiful chalk stream water from the River Nar running through our 5 fishing lakes, it is a fishermen's heaven. Offering a mix of fishing with two Trout lakes (Willow and Meadow Lakes), one specimen Carp lake (Millers Lake), a general mixed coarse lake (Foresters Lake), and a newly-created Match and coarse lake (Ashford Lake) with over 9,000 fish.

Meadow Lake - This is our dedicated catch and release trout lake, again for fly fishing only, and will be stocked with an average size of 2lb trout. A Catch and Release only ticket will be available.
Fish Game Species:
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Blue Trout
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Brown Trout
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Brook Trout
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Golden Trout
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Rainbow Trout
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Tiger Trout

Please note the following rules are for the benefit of everyone coming to Narborough Fisheries. The rules are not exhaustive, and will be adapted and changed as situations arise. If there are any additions you feel we should incorporate, please let us know. Our main aim is to give everyone an enjoyable days fishing in this unique and beautiful setting.

General Site Rules:

Narborough Fisheries is a privately owned fishery, which is a natural environment which we do our best to maintain. We accept no responsibility for any personal accidents which may occur as a result of being on site at Narborough Fisheries. Trips, slips and other such incidents can and do occur and are generally beyond our control. Please report any such incidents at reception so they may be recorded.

We accept no responsibility for any damage or loss to equipment or vehicles which may occur whilst at Narborough Fisheries

No driving on the Grass

Parking in designated areas only

No fires, but camping stoves allowed

Put all rubbish and line in the litter bins

Dogs allowed with management permission. Dogs on leads at all times, and mess cleaned up straight away

Anyone fishing under sixteen must be accompanied by an adult

You must be in possession of valid EA Licence

Coarse Fishery Rules (Foresters and Ashford)

Fishing from designated swims only, do not damage trees or vegetation

Unhooking mats to be used if fish are to be put on the ground

No keepnets, unless allowed in matches

Barbless or Micro-barbed hooks only

No fish to be moved, killed or taken from the fishery

Fish must be returned to the water as quickly and safely as possible

No baited rods to be left unattended

If using bite alarms, please be respectful of others and keep them turned down

No fixed leads

Carp Lake Rules (Millers)

(These are in addition to the ones for the Coarse Lakes)

Fishing from designated swims only, do not damage trees or vegetation

Anglers must have a large landing net and unhooking mat

No fixed rigs

There are no bait rules, but all particle baits, such as seeds, nuts, peas and beans must be well soaked, well cooked and used in moderation.

Trout Fishery Rules:

On all tickets, all anglers must kill their first fish up to the limit of fish allowed, only then go to catch and release.

All Anglers must report to the lodge on arrival and before departure.

Catching fish for other anglers is prohibited.

Barbless Hooks only for Catch and Release no boobies allowed.

Returns book to be filled in before leaving fishery.

All Brown trout are to be returned.

Fishing from bank only (no wading).

No dogs allowed on the Fishery unless by prior arrangement.

Maximum of one rod per permit. All Anglers must have a current rod licence.

Management reserve the right to inspect tackle and bags.

All persons at the fishery are there entirely at their own risk and the management takes no responsibility for any accident, injury, loss or damage to their property or person.

Please abide by the country code.


The touring pitches run along the left side of the site, along two of the lakes, offering wonderful views and easy access. With new toilets and showers installed in summer 2014, these renovations bring the site up to a wonderful standard for both fishermen and caravanners.

A small tackle shop on site offers all the essentials, including drinks and sweets.

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