self catering holiday cottage accommodation, Wroxham, Norfolk Broads
Wherry, 25 Peninsula Cottages, Wroxham, Norfolk, Norfolk Broads

Click Holiday Cottages          About Britain              Villas People     Self Catering Breaks     UK Cottage Rental               Artful Angler    VivaStreet     Hot frog     Site Map


We are featured in the FreeIndex Cottages directory
Anglers can add their tips for fishing in Wroxham and river Bure
Fisher man silhouette with boat on river bank

We intend to make this page as up-to-date and relevant as possible to be of real benefit to anglers.  Fishing conditions change with seasons, weather, environmental changes and other factors.  In order to keep this page alive we would like to update it at least monthly.  Please give us your feedback as to your experience, good or bad, so that we can include this in this page.  Use the Feedback Form in our Fishing Break page

Fishing from a boat.

Unlike the Scottish Lochs, or many lakes in Britain that are made from deep quarries, the Norfolk Broads are fairly shallow, in fact so much so that on one or two of them there are navigation channels marked out by black and red stakes in the water.  Small boats can be moored a short distance outside of these channels if they have a mud anchor, or you can drop anchor anywhere out of the traffic flow in most of the Broads.  Fishing is obviously best in quiet undisturbed water, so if possible it is best to let the boat drift into position.  Remember that it is illegal to move a boat with a line in the water, or with a keep net.  Mooring at the bank is usually free, but there is a charge in a very few places, usually signposted.  Also you may not moor and fish on a bank which is private property.  Creeks and backwaters off the main river can provide good sport, but get permission from the owners to use private boatyard areas.


Go to Anglers-net; Fishing Links page