Hundred

Not to be confused with another water in the same area called The Hundred River, this short stream drains a small part of eastern Suffolk to flow into the North Sea at Kessingland. It is coarse fishing with some access for visitors and a fair reputation for quality roach and rudd. It also contains perch, pike and a few tench. Rod Licence: AWA Kessingland, SuffolkCSection bordering Suffolk Wild Life and Country Park Free fishing for park visitors Idle. See R. Trent Inny. See R. Tamar Irfon. See R. Wye Irt. See Lake District Irthing. See R. Eden Isle. See R. Parrett

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