Bullock Farm

Match / Coarse Fishery, North Somerset

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Established in 1995 by Phil & Jude Simmons and voted as one of the 50 fisheries you must fish by the Angler's Mail and in the top 100 fisheries by the Angling Times, we are located in the lovely rural, coastal, countryside village of Kingston Seymour, regularly North Somerset's Best Kept Small Village.We are a well established coarse fishing lake complex (five lakes including specimen Carp Lake) just 4.5 miles from Junction 20 of the M5 and 15 miles south of the city of Bristol. We have a 2.5 acre campsite and offer self-catering holiday accommodation in our two 300 year-old barn conversion holiday cottages.

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Phone Number: 01934 835020
Postcode: BS21 6XA
Main Type: Match / Coarse
Sub Type: Carp
Profile Type: None fishery owned

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