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 Trout available for aquaponics         Site updated: 6 December 2017 

 

Bert and Julie would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and happy New Year

 
CHRISTMAS / NEW YEAR PERIOD OPENING HOURS

Normal opening hours are every day except Mondays from 8 am to dusk,

 but  we will be closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day.
 

**NO NEED TO BOOK**

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS
 

FISHING GIFT VOUCHERS from 15   ~   BOOKS OF FISHING TICKETS* from 75   ~   FLY FISHING STARTER KITS from 60

*Books of  Tickets - Buy 5 tickets, and get an extra ticket free.
 

Lake at dusk    Lake Midday AQUAPONICS
 

  BAITS ON LINE

 

MONTHLY UPDATE

 

LEARN TO FLY FISH

 

STARTER KITS FROM 60


Norton Fishery is a trout farm and fly-fishery with a spring fed five-acre lake (Est.1995).  The quiet and secluded fishery in Essex is set in scenic open pastoral countryside with grass banks and 22 casting platforms.  It is kept well stocked with trout from 2lb upwards and has depths varying from 3.5 - 5.5 meters with deeper ruts throughout down to 8 meters.  We are approx. 20 miles from the centre of London, (jct. 26 on the M25 / jct. 5 on M11), 3 miles from Theydon Bois, 4 miles from Epping Town, and 2 miles from Abridge.
Directions

 

There is an on site tackle/snacks shop, baits shop, licensed bar and inside toilets (including disabled) and secure parking for 30+ vehicles.  There is also a BBQ area available for use.

 

Various fishing tickets are available, including Novice Tickets for newcomers to the sport and catch and release is allowed on all tickets after your bag limit has been reached. Savings can be made on ticket prices if you purchase books of tickets and/or sign up as a member. see rates

 

Entrance to Lodge 

Car Park 

   


Tackle Shop and Ticket Office


BBQ Area

 

 

   


One of the 22 casting platforms

 

 

 

 

   


Norton Fishery 2016

 

Environment Agency: www.environment-agency.gov.uk

Weather Link: www.accuweather.com/ukie/index.asp

The British Trout Association: http://www.britishtrout.co.uk