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Kingfisher Pond

GRF Angling update January 2021

We are in the middle of a fishery management project which will see more consistent catches and improvement of the sport on all three fisheries.
We have had a major tidy up of the banks and around the islands in Mallard Lake, trimmed up the lily beds and we are in the process of removing some of the excess silver fish.
This will allow the Tench and Carp to thrive and be caught on more regular basis.
Heron Pool is also undergoing a bankside tidy up and work will start on swim maintenance in the near future.
Kingfisher Pond is now a part of the EA scheme to reintroduce genuine Crucian Carp to the fishing landscape. We have removed all other Carp from this lake and stocked Crucians, Tench and Rudd to create a lovely float fishery, just like Mr Crabtree used to fish.

About The Lake

The youngest fishery on the complex is 'Kingfisher Pond, which has been created to add to the variety of fishing on the site.

Kingfisher Pond is approximately 1/2 acre with depths to 6 feet, and stocked with Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, and Crucian Carp. This year we have removed all the Carp and joined the Environment Agencies reintroduction of Crucian Carp scheme. A lovely small fishery with three islands makes this a superb and very interesting little water.
Weed and lilies, nooks and crannies this is a wonderful little fishery for you to practise your 'watercraft'.

Fishing Daily Charges for all 3 lakes

Only season permit holders and residents can fish these lakes
The only way to fish for these beautiful fish is to holiday on our site, either in a touring caravan or a lodge.