Two acre waters: depth 5' -6' level slightly varying with deeper hole north end of the island. This lake has many features, one of which is an island on the south end of the lake. The mature pine trees are good for shade or shelter in both summer and winter. This can be fished by crossing a renovated railway bridge (originally from Willoughby, another local village). All the pegs around the perimeter of the island have produced good weights of tench and silver fish.
Carp also have been caught consistently in all areas of this lake, quite often in the margins. On the other side of the lake are large clumps of water lily beds where large fish hang out in the Summer. It is an excellent Tench lake; some fish are up to 7lb. This lake is at the side of the log cabins, therefore a favourite for out guests, also conveniently near to the cafeteria.
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