Reached by driving along the entrance track and through the first field car park, the tree-lined Specimen Pool is completely different in character from the three smaller coarse pools.
It is much larger and having a more irregular shape, two beautiful islands with magnificent Weeping Willow trees and plenty of features and bankside cover.
Stocked with Mirror Carp up to 27lbs, Common Carp up to 20lbs together with a large head of double figure Carp. Line strengths of 10lbs and over are recommended and all anglers must have a decent sized landing net and suitable unhooking mat.
The pool is approximately 1 acre in size, and is the largest at the fishery. It has 9 well-spaced pegs and a maximum depth of 9ft. It has an undulating bottom and there is a sandbar which runs out from the far island towards the far bank. Here the water shallows to about three feet.