Trippenkennett farm lies in attractive countryside, popular with the day visitor and is easily accessible from Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth or Hereford. If you’re coming from further afield then we are only 10 minutes from the M50 or 25 minutes from the M4. We have lived here for over 30 years and I’m sure if you visit you will be able to see why.
Our coarse fishing lakes were built in 2009 and we have accommodation onsite in a converted barn or a small camping and caravan site.
Willow Pleasure Lake has been designed with the pleasure angler in mind, sitting at 3 acres this lake contains a variety of fish species: crucian, common and mirror carp up to 10lb, through to 3lb tench, 6lb bream and roach. It is ideal for the beginner fisher or those looking to fish with a novice family member, however experienced fishers also enjoy this lake because of the range of fish available. Willow is around 3m deep at its deepest part and has good access for wheelchair users. This lake is suitable for all abilities. Accurate bait and fishing light will help you catch a good selection of fish.
Oak Carp Lake is slightly smaller than willow at 2¾ acres and contains a good selection of mirror, crucian and common carp with fish ranging up to 20lbs. No two fish are the same and all our fish are in good condition. The welfare of our fish is important to us and so you must be a competent fisher, with the right kit to fish this lake. n this lake). Oak is just over 3m deep at its deepest part.
Ross On Wye
Ross-on-Wye is regarded as being the ideal holiday centre to explore the Wye Valley, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and as far as Monmouthshire in Wales. From cider making to arts and crafts, from the industrial legacy of the Forest of Dean and its woods and hills to its towns and villages, all are within striking distance of the town.
The River Wye offers the best fishing, canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding in Herefordshire.
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