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Rocklands Mere Fishery Tackle Shop is located our fishery in the rural Norfolk countryside.

However experienced or whatever your angling preference, Rocklands Mere Fishery caters for all your needs. Whether it be stalking brown trout in the margins with a dry fly on the trout lake, or awaiting your first Crucian Carp of the day next to the lilly pads on the old mere.

The trout lake is stocked regularly with extremely hard fighting rainbow and brown trout which, because of the catch and release policy, can reach up to 8lb. The lake is renowned for its hatches of alder and sedge during the spring and summer months ensuring some fantastic surface fishing

The old mere is nestled amongst mature woodland and is a haven for wildlife. Kingfishers, barn owls and water voles frequent the banks of the lake. Species include Carp, tench, crucians, perch, roach and rudd, all of which reach specimen proportions.

 

The fishery is open 7 days a week and is run by GAIA instructor James Harrold and his wife Katie.

The fishery boasts a comfortable wooden fishing lodge complete with leather sofas and woodburing stove for anglers to take refuge from the elements and discuss the fly of the day!

Where to find us:

www.rocklandsmere.co.uk

Rocklands Mere Fishery
Chapel Street
Rocklands
Attleborough
Norfolk
NR17 1UJ
The fishery is located just off the B1077 in the village of Rockland St Peter, Norfolk.

Directions

From Norwich

Take the A11 heading towards Thetford. Bypass the turning for Attleborough town centre and take the next exit - signposted B1077 to Watton. Stay on this road for approximately 3 miles until you get into the village of Rocklands .

There is a builders merchants in the middle of the village (Ridgeons). Take the next turning right past Ridgeons, this is chapel street. The track leading to the fishery can be found 800 yrds on the right hand side.

From Thetford

Take the A11 heading towards Norwich . Turn left at the roundabout at the Breckland Lodge hotel on the outskirts of attleborough, signposted to Great Ellingham. Keep on this road for approximately 2 miles until into the village. When you reach the crossroads at the school, turn left onto the B1077, this takes you into the village of Rocklands - follow directions above

Map Rocklands Mere Fishery