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Mallard Lake

About The Lake

This lake was the first to be created on the site in 1990, transforming this potato field into the lovely complex we have today.
The Mallard lake is a 2 acre mature water with depths from 2 feet to 12 feet and is home to some great fish.
All the fish are English and have grown to their sizes in this lake with no artificial help, just a good strong strain of fish.
The lake is surrounded by trees and bushes with three islands to add that special feature.
This picturesque lake has many features from a good variation in depth, to weed and lily beds, overhanging trees and bushes, along with the array of wildlife.

With homegrown Common and Mirror Carp in excess of 20lb, Tench to over 4lb, and Wels Catfish to over 50lb this is certainly a lake to test any competent angler.

Limited season permits are available, to get on the waiting list you will undergo a detailed reference process.

The Fish

In the image slideshow to the right you can see some of the residents of this fabulous fishery.

Mallard Lake Fishery

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.
  • See PRICES page for details of the fishing charges

  • The use of surface baits (Floaters) - Permitted from 16th June to 31st December. You may only catch one fish per session using this method