Hever Castle has been a venue that Edenbridge have fished for over 40 years the venue offers a varied type of fishing, you can fish for the Bream in either the lake or the river, there is Carp, Roach, Bream and all the normal coarse fish you would expect to find in a lake connected to a river, anglers have also had some very good days at Hever catching some nice size Tench. The Carp in the lake can go up to 30 pounds and because of the silt they are a lovely black colour, but that a side this venue is not for the fainthearted when fishing for Carp as the big ones very rarely come out.
Parking accessed through gate opposite Polebrook Farm Entrance
16th of June to 30th of September 7am to 9pm or dusk, whichever is the earlier
1st of October to 14th of March 8am to 8pm or dusk, whichever is the earlier
MEMBERS MUST LEAVE THE WATER WITHOUT THE AID OF A TORCH
Rear Access Turn in to drive by red post box then the first right opposite cottages for our gate access for the parking at the end of the lake once though the gates follow the track down just before the lake the track forks right and parking is behind the mound
Anglers shall restrict their movements to the Society car park and the said riverbank.
No junior member shall be allowed to fish the Estate Water unless accom- panied by a senior member or person issued with a non-fishing card.
No member shall take family parties to the riverbank.
Anglers must not leave the car park until 30 minutes prior to the permitted fishing times.
Noise must be kept to a minimum
All vehicles to be parked in the Societies designated car parks.
PLEASE SEE THE FULL RULES ON THE CAR PARK NOTICE BOARD
Due to Triathlon events the water is closed on July 8th 22-23rd of September 10/11th November