Take the path on the left from the car park; this will lead you to the doughnut lake. It is a a very
well established water full of character, reed beds, flowering lilies, most certainly not your modern carp puddle.The doughnut
is full of fish you really don't know what you will catch next.
Barbel were introduced to this water and
the willow in december 2006 and they are thriving, growing fast, fighting hard and now run to 5 pound plus in
carp run up-to the 7lb bracket so you should land them on you're match tackle.
All methods will produce but like the willow the pole is most popular, but of course the waggler
and feeder have their place too.
The wider pegs like 8, 9 lend themselves to rod and line tactics.
In the warmer summer fishing
down the margins works well, just using the top 3 or maybe top 3 +1 of you're pole, so you're just
on the shelf. Feed little and often to keep the bites coming! pellet , caster maybe corn. 30 pound + pleasure
size: 1 Acre
depth: A near and far bank ledge 2ft deep, 6 foot deep down the track.
special features: Two
distinct shelves , with about six foot of water down the track.
Access: very good
Carp: up to 8 LB
Bream, barbel and Tench: up to 4 LB
Crucians and Perch: up to 3 LB
one rod £8
two rod £12
24 HRS £25