A gravel pit of around 7 acres situated south of Harefield village. The lake has an irregular shape and three islands. The depth varies along its length of the lake and is deeper at the northern end. The lake has a good head of most coarse species but is noted for good Tench fishing with fish to 10 lb along with a good head of Roach and Rudd. There are shoals of Bream of 10 lb along with Pike to 26lbs and a large head of Carp to 32 lb.
A map of the countours of the lake is available here.
Dip tanks must be used on this venue prior to fishing
Opening Dates: 1st April - 31st January
Contact details for fishery manager and bailiffs available hereMembership Rules Gallery
Carp Bream Tench Pike Perch Roach Rudd
Members, please note the change to the entrance gate where the height of the centre section has been raised specifically to allow ready access to our disabled members with special purpose vehicles that are higher than the average car. This should also provide access to other members with taller vehicles, whilst being too narrow for those of our 'cowboy' brethren looking for sites to fly tip. I would ask that you proceed with care when using the higher section for the first time. Your feed-back on this modification would be appreciated. We have to thank Larry Wood and Dave Rojewski for their considerable selfless efforts in putting this whole project together.