Fishing at Thetford Forest
Thetford Forest is the largest lowland pine forest in Britain; it is situated north of Suffolk and the south of Norfolk. A peaceful campsite on the edge of the forest perfect for exploring in Mother Nature’s playground.
While you're here, please take a look at some of the great fishing photos from Thetford in the gallery below.
To book your fishing trip to Thetford Club Site click here.
Thetford Forest Fishing Fact File
||Yes, a rod licence from the Environment Agency available at the Post Office.
|Type of fishing
|Type of fish
||common carp, mirror carp, golden rudd, rudd, roach and tench
|Is the water well stocked?
||bread, luncheon meat, sweet corn or pellets
|Number of swims/pegs
|Cost per day
||adult £3.50 / child £3.50
|Cost per afternoon
||Adult £3.50 / Child £3.50
|Keep or release
|Exclusive to campers
||no live bait including maggots, keep nets or night fishing. All fish caught must be landed using a net
|Nearest tackle shop
||Watton 5 miles or Thetford 7.5 miles
|Recorded top weight
||15lb Common Carp
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