Three sides of which are surrounded with a young woodland. The south side of the lake has a mown bank which sometimes is used for picnics. This lake is ideal for pole fishing. Two acres of water, 8ft - 9ft depth, sloping off to 2ft near the shallows.
The Woodland lake is fished by all anglers but the north and east banks of this lake are now private and are reserved for the static caravan owners. The island has a 1m shelf all around it, with an accurate cast or a long pole section here you can have a good day tench and carp fishing. At the other end of the lake is a semi circular area we call the shallows. Along the south side of this lake are pegs 1 - 10 available for day ticket customers.
Water lilies give good cover for the fish and this area as well as the perimeter of the island can be a magnet for fish. Woodland is fished by all anglers, unless a prior match booking has been made. Main Species: Tench, small Carp(non over 15lb), Roach, Perch & Rudd.
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