The Lakes

Comprises of 3 lakes, Homersham, Little Homersham and  Scroggins.


22 Pegs

What 3 words location (Car Park)

Regarded as our specimen lake, having carp over 30lb (13.5kg), Chub, Bream, Tench, Roach, and Rudd.

Homersham Lake


With a similar stock to Homersham but is restricted to members only.

                                                                                         Members must Register on this website for an account once activated access to the lock code

which is changed regularly is accessible


What 3 words location

The fisheries biggest Tench of 12lbs (5.5kg) is in Scroggins together with some Perch 3-4lbs, Carp to 26lb

Little Homersham

Little Homersham

Once referred to as the stock pond this has been transformed into a small lake of 10 pegs

All are welcome to fish it but there are a different set of rules for this lake,(see Rules and Regs )

Designed for Parent /Guardian and child the pegs are larger so both can sit on the same peg so the young can experience fishing maybe for the first time.

Stocked with Roach ,Dace, Carp to 9lb



Marshside Fishery Directions

How to get there.

Marshside Fishery is on the Chislet marshes between Herne Bay and Upstreet. The nearest postcode we have is CT3 4Eb which is the Gate Inn pub in Marshside.Depending on direction you come from the directions are slightly different .If you come from Upstreet make your way to Chislet , pass through chislet and the road will after 500 metres go down hill into Marshside there is turning to the righ at the bottom of the hill this is chitty lane ,go down the lane for 500metres and there is a gate on the left and a tarmac track this leads to the lakes.If you come from Heart in Hand lane then travel along the lanes,keep going until you pass the pub on your right and then take the first turning left (Chitty Lane) and follow the signs to the lakes.’

Alternatively , Download the What3words App and enter the three words for the lake you want to go to
Marshside Homersham car park  “servants.merely.rhino.”
Scroggins car park, “publisher, louder, February”