This two acre lake is widely regarded as one of the best mixed fishery lakes in the North-West. Well-stocked, with a wide variety of species, it is very popular with the pleasure angler who is after a specimen fish whether it is carp, bream perch or tench. Don’t let this deter other anglers though as it also has plenty of smaller fish, skimmers, carp, crucians and tench. Mature trees and shrubs fringing the water and well-spaced pegs provide pleasant surroundings in which to settle in for a good days fishing.
There are carp to 20 lbs, chub, tench, bream, perch, roach, Crucian carp and barbel.
This lake is between 4 and 7’ in depth and has two central islands with lily beds adjacent to both. Most anglers fish the tip although the lake margins are very good by the pegs. It is popular with pole and waggler anglers too with the preferred baits being sweetcorn, luncheon meat, pellets, worm & maggots. It is good all round water with reasonable shelter from the wind.