Clump Hill Farm Fishery In Wimborne, Dorset

Clump Hill Farm Fishery is located in Mannington, approximately 7 miles from Wimborne and is surrounded by an abundance of beautiful Dorset countryside. Positioned on a well-respected camp site, this fishery offers anglers the opportunity to catch some carp, while enjoying the breathtaking scenery.

Although this 1 acre lake in East Dorset does attract many anglers targeting silvers, don’t let that put you off visiting to try and tempt one of the bigger residents of the lake.

Clump Hill Farm Fishery, Wimborne

Quick Look

Clump Hill Farm Fishery is located on Clump Hill Farm camp site. Offering beautiful views as far as the eye can see, the fishing lake is located within this beautiful complex, providing visitors of all ages with the rest and relaxation that they require.

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  • Ticket Price


Beautiful views Good facilities Reasonably priced day tickets


Lots of small fish present in the lake

Carp Fishing In Dorset

There are many opportunities for carp fishing in Dorset, but in this article we are going to focus on the wonderful Clump Hill Farm Fishery In Wimborne.

Directions To Clump Hill Farm Fishery

Located just 10 miles from the seaside town of Bournemouth, Clump Hill Farm Fishery is popular with guests staying at the camp site, along with local anglers and those travelling from further afield.

With Southampton and Salisbury also within close proximity, this fishery is accessible to anglers via the A350 and A31. For those holidaying in the area, the New Forest National Park is within easy reach, offering the perfect family day out in between fishing sessions.

Clump Hill Farm Fishery

Although the lake at Clump Hill Farm Fishery is only around 1 acre in size, it boasts an impressive stock of carp. The lake record weighed in excess of 30lb when it was captured and multiple specimens in excess of 20lb have also graced the bank. The average size is low double-figures.

As we mentioned before, this lake does have an abundance of small fish, so unless you want to be plagued by them, you must adjust your tactics accordingly. Introducing a decent amount of bait can cause a feeding frenzy, which will naturally interest the lake’s larger residents and allow you to start picking off the better fish. Don’t be shy to experiment with large hookbaits, whether that is 18mm+ boilies, or big chunks of luncheon meat.

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As this complex is primarily a camp site, the facilities available are excellent. In addition to the clean toilet facilities, anglers who are night fishing can also take advantage of the shower facilities.

Day Tickets

Day tickets run from 7:00am-7:30pm and allow anglers to use 2 rods. Night fishing is allowed here, but must be arranged in advance with the owners.