Fishing info

Open Wednesday to Sunday, All Bank Holidays from 1st March

Area of Outstanding National Beauty

Stocked in 1986 with carp upto 15lb, After 39yrs of slowly maturing at natures speed, we have a good stock of wild home grown Mirrors, Commons and Ghosties to reward and frustrate all anglers. 

1995 2 x 40lbs Commons landed. 

The Lake is home to some 500+ Carp that cruise around marginal features nestled between 22 free draining gravel pegs.

5% Mirrors, 35% Ghosties & Koi and 60% Common Carp to 28lb+

Tench to 8lb, Bream 12lb Roach to 2lb and Crusians 5lb a few ferocs Trout 25lb

We have a very good fish which has not been landed. We honestly don't know what it is. What ever the fish is, its big and powerfull with total control of where it wants to go.

Lake depths average 5 to 8ft on a bed of firm shingle and peat. The north western end is shallow to 6ft on a silt bed of peat clay and blood worm.The extensive network of gullies and clay banks natural springs add to the many lake bed features. 3 secret peat islands hold many fish visable in June before submerging in Autumn. Decoy Ducks mark areas of known features. 

We feed the fish with Micronised Flaked Maize, available from the office

Open Wednesday to Sunday and all the Bank Holidays from 1st March

Peg 9 Free Social Shelter with log burner. 

Logs £15





Free Social Shelter with log burner shared with Pegs 6,7 and 8

All rods must be reeled in if useing the yurt. 

Logs £15

Clean Facilities

Public liability insurance

2  Mens toilets & Shower

1 Ladies toilet and Shower 


Gates open 7.45am to 6.15pm

Clean gravelled pegs



Single Bunk Bed £45 pn

Twin Bunk Bed £80 pn

If fishing see prices

Log Burner & Logs 

Blankets, Pillow and Towel provided, Sleeping bags required

Toilet & Showers Short walk away in the main biulding. 

No Night fishing, No Dogs, No under 14yrs.

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