Edenbrooke Fishing Lake

Situated in the heart of the beautiful Surrey countryside set in an area of natural beauty Edenbrook fishing lake is stocked with some lovely specimen fish with carp to 37lb. If you want to get away from it all and enjoy some peaceful fishing you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place.


Edenbrooke Carp Fishery is a little jewel not too far from the M25 but far enough to know that when you arrive your deep in the Surrey country side and nature has taken over. Beautiful natural surroundings and some great fishing make for a relaxing yet invigorating escape from the daily grind and hassle of life, this little gem is waiting for you, don’t leave it to long to enjoy its charms.

The River Eden in West Kent is a tributary of the River Medway. It travels through the Weald of Kent from the border with Surrey, rising from the source in Titsey parish, Surrey and flowing eastward through the Wealden clay to join the River Medway near Penshurst, Kent, Its name is a back formation deriving from Edenbridge, the main town through which it flows, and which was originally called in the Old English language “Eadhelmsbrigge” (“Eadhelm’s Bridge”).

Edenbrooke is small privately run fishery, established now for over 20 years, at Edenbrooke we like to keep our visitor numbers to a minimum in order not to impact on the quality of our fishery.

For your convenience and comfort there is also a toilet and shower block on site that is cleaned every day for anglers to use.

Camping is available upon request.