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- Busbridge Lake -

Fishing Hut
- Busbridge Lake -

Location in South East:
Tuesley Lane, Tuesley, Milford, Surrey, England.

01483 422791.

Day Tickets:
MEMBERS ONLY. There is a one-off joining fee of 65. Costs are then 55 for adults, 30 for students and OAPs, 25 for disabled anglers, 15 for under 16's [no joining fee]. Joint husband and wife membership also available at 70.

Disabled access, toilets.

Best Baits:
Maggot, caster, corn, boilies, pellets, sea deadbait/plugs for pike.

Getting There:
head south on the A3 from London. Pass the turn for Guildford, go under the A31, continue on and take the Milford turning on the left. Turn left at the lights, right at the first roundabout, then first left into Station Road. Pass the railway station and turn left into Tuesley Lane. Pass the hospital, go dwon the dip and look out for the fishery signs.

Busbridge Lake is a former estate lake coarse fishery which is controlled by Godalming Angling Society. Offering mixed coarse fishing, it is 3.5 acres in size and averages 8' in depth. Busbridge Lake holds bream to 7lb 8oz, carp to 32lb, pike to 25lb, tench to 8lb, perch, some crucians and roach and rudd. Members must call 01483 422791 before fishing. Barbless hooks only.

For bream and tench use a small groundbait feeder with redworm, maggot, caster or corn. Pole tactics can also work well in the right conditions. Ledger hair-rigged boilies or pellets over PVA bagged trout pellets for carp. 80lb bags of silver fish are often recorded in competitions and pleasure sessions using float fished maggot and caster. Try sea deadbaits, plugs or spinnners for pike.

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