Now come and fish it!

    Established for over 50 years this multi-water fishery is situated on the Hertfordshire & Essex border between Broxbourne and Nazeing, only 18 miles from central London.

Trains from Liverpool Street stop at Broxbourne and the fishery is just a short walk from Broxbourne Station. Vehicles from the M25 should exit at junction 25 onto the northbound A10. After 2 miles and several sets of traffic lights the road goes past a large Tesco's on the right hand side, take the slip road signposted Broxbourne and Paradise Wildlife Park just after the supermarket. Follow the signs to Broxbourne, passing through Turnford and Wormley and continue until you come to a large, traffic light controlled T-junction. Take the right hand filter lane and follow the road toward Broxbourne Station, go past the station and over the bridge and continue down Nazeing New Road until you see signs on the left for Nazeing Glassworks. Take this left, follow the track to the bottom and take the left hand turn toward the river (can be quite bumpy so drive slowly). Turn right at the bottom and park alongside the river, access to the fishery is via the footbridge over the Carthagena Lock. 

    Manager: Jerry Hammond


Address: Carthagena Fishery, Carthagena Lock, Broxbourne. Hertfordshire. EN10 6TA

    Telephone: 01992 463656

    For directions use the map opposite and click on the 'Get Directions' link. Alternatively, you can use the form below to email us.

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