This is a great opportunity to fish for Carp in a tranquil private location in France.
The Top Lake is fishable around nearly all of it's banks and at 2 acres plus in size, this represents some great fishing. It is also 16 feet deep and stocked with plenty of good sized carp. The fish are in tip top condition and regularly fed to keep their weight up, but this doesn't stop them putting up a great fight. Hook into one of these beauties and you can bet you are up for a fight you won't forget in a hurry!
Simply a beautiful lake to fish. It is also over 2 acres in size and stocked with large Carp, Tench to 6 lbs plus, Pike to 25 lbs plus, Roach, Rudd and Catfish - need we say more? There is ample camping ground around this lake on flat areas, with suitable barbecue areas for your use, but please be mindful of the danger of forest fires in the summer months.
Fishing all year round:
The lakes at Winsome Waters are fishable all year round, with great catches being made throughout every season of the year. In fact, it seems that as the air pressure drops the fish begin to feed more readily and this of course means the bigger fish as well as the not so big. But hey, a 20lb fish is still great fun to catch, especially when they are active!
There is plenty of room for your party's bivvies on site and if you are disabled at least a quarter of Top Lake is easily and safely accessible to you. This includes access to the deepest and best fish holding area of the lake @16ft deep. Other areas of the site are also easy accessible for you too.
This is the ideal 'Drive and Survive' (fly and survive) venue but the new club house does have shower facilities, hot and cold running water on demand and cooking facilities in the new kitchen area... all available to you and your family throughout your stay.
There is only a minimum fee for overnight stays at Winsome Waters and they don't mind you 'camping sauvage' in your bivvy in designated areas. Also please be sure to clear up any mess and/or litter after yourselves. When contacting Wimsome Waters, please mention that you were referred by UK Fisherman.