Fishing on the Broads FAQ's

Fishing on the Broads FAQ's

Postby hank » Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:23 am

The Norfolk Broads is renowned as one of the finest fishing spots in Britain with its vast area of interconnected rivers and shallow lakes being home to an incredible variety of fish including carp, eel, roach, rudd, bream, perch, pike and tench.

The coarse fishing season runs from 16 June to 14 March and all you need to fish on the Norfolk Broads is a current Environment Agency license, available from post offices.

The Broads Authority have improved accessibility in some fishing spots on the Broads so wheelchair users can easily gain access to platforms and cast their line. These fishing platforms can be found at Rollesby Bridge, Filby Broads, the south-east bank of the River Thurne and upstream of the New Bridge at Potter Heigham.
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