The Lake

The Islands lake at 4.5 acres in size has been crafted to a design like no other!

It has 12 swims in total, most can be used as doubles and don’t ignore the corners as these have proved very fruitful so far!

The lake was designed to create your very own piece of water with minimal angler conflict. It has many features above and below the water. Above the waterline there are six Islands to fish to, massive margin lengths per swim due to the spits that separate the swims and so many other nooks and crannies!!! Below the water there is a deep hole in every swim going down from 4-5ft to 8-9ft with plenty of gravel spots clay and gravel plateaus. You will be spoilt for choice where to fish!

It is a playground for the angler and their intended quarry. Take a look at our swim guide for more information on it’s features.

Lake

Facilities

There is an on site flushing toilet with running drinking water.
We have storage cabins and a staff canteen which can be used as a base for competitions. This enables us to deliver food to your swim during the competitions at set meal times.
The car park can accommodate plenty of cars during busy times.
Every effort has been made to make the site as secure as possible, CCTV and alarm systems are in place, frequent bailiff visits and an electric fence to
keep the otter’s paws off our fish! So please keep the gate closed at all times during your visit, Thank You

Bait & Tackle

We have a range of bait and tackle. We have bait from CCmoores, some emergency end tackle, carp care and clothing. Please speak to a bailiff should you require any.

Prices

You will be able to gain access to the fishery between 6am
and 10pm, please do not enter outside these times and only leave
in the event of an emergency.

12hr ticket will cost £14 – for up to 3 rods
24hr ticket will cost £24 – for up to 3 rods

Two anglers fishing the same swim with up to 3 rods each

12hrs ticket will cost £24 – £12 each
24hrs ticket will cost £40 – £20 each

NB. Promotions in this video included fishing in July 2012 and have now expired