Reflection over Redgrave Park Lake

Fishing syndicate at Redgrave Park

Redgrave Lake is one of the few estate lakes in the UK that is nestled within grounds that were designed by Capability Brown and are able to offer over 44 acres of wonderful fishing.

The western end holds the dam wall and follows Capability Brown's signature serpentine design along the old river bed. At the eastern end is the boathouse, the banks between are lined with beds of beautiful long reeds. The lake even features an mediaeval causeway which lies hidden beneath the surface.

Reflection over Redgrave Park Lake

The fishing here is truly atmospheric and mystical. It’s challenging too but once the lake has offered its rewards there will be no disappointment.

Chestnut carp from Redgrave Park Lake

For the specimen hunter Redgrave Lake has stunning fish that are still to grace the folds of an angler’s net. However it is known to hold Tench and Bream into double figures, Pike to well over 20lbs and Common Carp to 40lb plus and Mirror Carp to 30lb plus.

The photograph on the left shows Lee Hooker in Spring 2018 with the Queen of the Lake – The Chestnut Common at 42lb

All fishing syndicate enquiries should be made to Stuart on 07787 521 851

Venue Hire

Film and photo shoots

The landscaped Park is very unusual for Suffolk and the lake makes a stunning backdrop for filming and photography shoots.

Outdoor pursuits

Our 225 acres of mixed pasture, woodland and parkland offer opportunities for many outdoor pursuits such as orienteering and dog trials.


Our Georgian folly is available for hire for an intimate dinner party to celebrate a birthday, anniversary and that special occasion


We collaborate with other interested parties to create interesting exclusive experiences.

Customer endorsement

The Folly in Redgrave Park overlooks a 45 Acre Lake showing The Honourable Sir Laurence Capability Brown's Passion and Brilliance still shinning through this landscape. There is a certain magic about the the mix of land, water and sky with its ever changing modes. A delightful place to visit in any season. Watch out for events and open days.

Anne Greenwood