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Etang 52, Aube Region

Etang 52 at UK FishermanEtang 52 is situated in the Aube region of France around 4 hours drive from Calais. The 52 acre lake is set in 70 acres of land.

In addition to the existing stock, the owners have added 100 fish from 20-40lb in November 2014, a 100 fish in December 2015 and 80 in December 2017. There is an estimated total of 450 carp in the lake. There is also a full range of coarse fish including pike, perch, zander, roach, rudd, bream and grass carp.

Etang 52 is close to local amenities. A full bait service is available with fresh boilies, pellets and particles for sale as well as boat hire and the chance to rent carp mats.


  • Address: Etang 52, 2 Route Villenauxe, Pont Sur Seine, 10400, France
  • Species: 450 carp to 52.8lb, pike, zander, coarse fish
  • Prices: £250 per angler, £2600 lake exclusive (up to 16 anglers)
  • Tel: 003 332 5068036 Mob: 003 368 5162851
  • Email: carpingetang52@gmail.com
  • Website: www.etang52.com




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