The following waters at Hall Walk Lakes are available to NUAC members but access must be booked in advance as per booking instructions stated below.

For further information on these lakes, please refer to the Hall Walk Lakes website.

Tom's Lake

Tom’s lake is the largest of the three lake complex at approx. 9 acres. A mature gravel pit containing many interesting features with islands, reed beds, gravel bars and lilies. There are still a couple of originally stocked carp that weighed in at 40lb, but these are now old fish and not as heavy, but it does show the potential that Tom’s Lake has. The young carp in there now are pushing close to 30lb and growing fast.

It also boasts great winter pike weighing in at well over 20lb. There are also bream and tench to 10lb and large rudd and roach.

Long Lake

This 2.5 acre lake is the first lake to the left of the Hall Walk access track. It has an island and two large reed beds at the far end of the lake and provides 15 swims, with depths between 3' - 6'.

This is a true mixed fishery with an original stock of roach, rudd, pike, perch and a few tench & eels. In February 2009 the existing stock was supplemented with approx 90 bream plus an additional 300 lbs of silver fish, another 20 tench and a further stocking of 430 small carp of around 14 oz.

Puppy Lake

Puppy Lake is just under 2 acres with an island and 12 swims. The water is accessed from the car park at the far end of the access track. A shallow water with only 3' - 4' at the end nearest the track it deepens to 5'+ at the far end.

This was stocked in March 2008 with 116 quality English scaley carp averaging about 8.5 lbs. As of 2017 these fish are now in the 15 - 20 lbs range. Although it was only stocked with carp the lake is teeming with roach and rudd that can prove troublesome when using soft hook baits.

NUAC access to Hall Walk Lakes is via arrangement with the owner and as part of this arrangement the following rules MUST be followed;
  1. NUAC member must have pre-booked day's fishing as per booking instructions below.
  2. NUAC Guest tickets are not permitted (you must be a full member to access these lakes).
  3. Members must adhere to the fishery rules.
  4. Members must carry their NUAC club permit at all times, and show it if requested.
  5. Please display your NUAC car parking permit when you park your car.

  1. Only 2 advance bookings can be in place at any one time for any member. Either two separate days or one consecutive two-day period.
  2. Whole day booking is from 08:00 on the first day to 08:00 on the following day. This enables overnight fishing on those venues where night fishing is allowed.
  3. If after 2.00pm on the day of any booking, there is availability on the following day, members are then allowed to book the following day as well. This would enable two consecutive night's fishing.
  4. If you are only planning a part day, please state the approximate period you would be on the water. For example if you were just going for the morning, we might be able to release the ticket to someone else who fancies going for the afternoon.
  5. If asked for a ticket, please present your NUAC membership card.
  6. Please ensure you have read the relevant fishery rules before fishing.

To book your place, please send an e-mail to bookings@nuac.org.uk.

Please state your required date(s), time and venue e.g. Hall Walk.

Please also provide a contact number so that we can speak to you if necessary.

Please note that there are only 2 tickets available per day.

Thank You.

Directions to Venue

Sat Nav NR9 5QG

Located at the end of Hall Walk, Lenwade, about 12 miles NW from the centre of Norwich.

From Norwich outer ring road follow the A1067, Drayton High Road, signposted for Fakenham.
Follow the A1067 through Taverham and on to Lenwade.
At Lenwade keep on the main road and cross river bridge (just after 30mph zone starts).
Go past the Bridge Inn on the right hand side.
After the small village chapel on the right hand side, turn right into Hall Walk.
Follow the Hall Walk to the lakes, watch out as it's a bit bumpy.