Bronte Park Village is a fabulous location for keen anglers, with eleven lakes under twenty minutes away. The Bronte system consists of four main lakes, Bronte Lagoon, Bradys Lake, Lake Binney and Tungatinah Lagoon. These four lakes where created between 1952-56 as water storages to run the near-by Tungatinah power station on the Nive River. The system is dominated by naturally spawned brown trout although reasonable numbers of rainbow trout exist in both Bronte Lagoon and Bradys Lake. In recent time Atlantic salmon and brook trout have been stocked into the system.
The Bronte system offers the angler a range of fishing experiences. Bronte Lagoon is the feature water in this area but it should not be fished to the Lagoon is a shallow water fringed with significant areas of tussocks and grassland.
The lagoon offers good early season fly fishing to tailing trout especially along the southern shore from Fly Corner to Woodwards Bay. During the summer, the lagoon offers good dry fly fishing with hatches of mayfly dun, although black spinners and gum beetles falls that occur along the Western shore provide very exciting fishing. Trolling and spin fishing is very popular and unlike Arthurs and Great lakes, deep diving lures are not required.