|Fresh Water Sites: ||Pond|
|Fishing Activity: ||Fly Fishing, Pole Fishing, Rod Fishing, Course Fishing|
|Types of Fresh Water Fish: ||Carp, Tench, Roach, Bream|
|Address: ||Brayton Pond
Brayton Park Estate
|Postcode: ||CA7 3SX|
|Telephone: ||016973 21355 077331 51818|
Open all year round:
- £10 for 2 rods
- £15 for 3 rods
- Juniors half price
24 Hours fishing
- £20 for 2 rods
- £30 for 3 rods
Limited disabled access
No bait boats
No keep nets allowed
Brayton in Cumbria is one of the few waters left in the UK holding wild carp.
The lake is a delightful home pool of 8.2 sections of land with 2 islands
Fishers needing access to the coarse & carp angling lake may as well contact Harry Ward on 016973 21355 or 077331 51818
Takeaway sustenance is ready from The Lakeside Inn.
Brayton Hall, the seat and property of Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart, was a wonderful house, involving a charming scenario, 1.5 miles east of Aspatria.
Brayton Pond is a characteristically loaded 8 plot of land equal to 4840 square yards Carp angling lake. On the doorstep of the Lake District National Park, there are fine perspectives of the Northern Fells and the Scottish Hills. There is a pub close-by -The Lakeside Inn -which is a stones-discard and serves quality nourishment and lager. There is likewise a nine gap green an excellent occasion bungalow inside the grounds of the home and the C2c cycleway runs close by. So why not join your visit with different exercises and like a round of golf, a peaceful day's angling and miles of calm cycling around the coast and Fells?
Brayton bequest framed a joint township with Aspatria and was allowed by Allan, second Lord of Allerdale to Ughtred, whose family gathered the nearby name. It was subsequently controlled by the Salkelds and was sold by three co-inheritors to the ancesters of Sir Wilfred Lawson, whose family was since a long time ago situated at Isel, however long ago dwelled in Yorkshire, and determined their plunge from John Lawson Esq of Fawksgrave, in the rule of King Henry Iii.
Sir Wilfred Lawson wedded the beneficiary to Isel and was knighted by James I. He passed on without issue and was succeeded by his nephew William Lawson Esq, who embraced the sole beneficiary to Hesket. Sir Wilfred Lawson, his offspring who wedded the little girl of Sir Edward Musgrave of Hayton, was made Baronet by Charles I. He passed on the house of Isel to his grandson, William and the houses of Brayton, Bassenthwaite, Hensingham and Loweswater to Wilfred.
Sir Wilfred Lawson, Bart, child of William was M.p for Cockermouth, as additionally was his child and successor of the same name whose two offspring, Wilfred and Mordaunt, burned out without issue, after which the homes slid to Gilfred Lawson, Esq of Brayton who bit the dust in 1749 and was succeeded by his sibling Alfred, who burned out in 1752.
Sir Wilfred Lawson, his offspring was a knight of the shire for Cumberland in 1761 and burned out unmarried in 1762 when he was succeeded by his sibling, Sir Wilfred Lawson, whose child greatly enhanced the chateau and adjoining grounds, and laid out impressive botanic arrangements