Kevin Nash’s famous Copse and Church Lakes will reopen to the public in July, with five-day sessions now available for a set price.
After opening the lakes to the public for the first time in the spring, no fewer than 14 personal bests were broken during the seven-week auction period, with dozens of fish to 51lb 7oz caught. With an estimated 10 fifties and more than 20 forties between the two lakes, there are still many big fish that are yet to be caught.
Kevin said: “It was always our intention to open the lakes to anyone wanting to fish for huge carp without the hassle, time and travel of going abroad. These waters have smashed more personal bests for big-name carpers than any other venue. Those lucky enough to experience the opening weeks have had never-to-be-repeated experiences and truly memorable captures, and now those same special fish are available to anyone.”
The cost of a five-day session, from Monday until Friday, on these two famous venues is priced at:
£500 per angler, or £3000 for an exclusive booking of up to six anglers on Church Lake.
£750 per angler, or £2250 for an exclusive booking of up to three anglers on Copse Lake.
Advanced bookings can be made online at www.nashlakes.com, with the first of the summer sessions available from Monday 4th July.