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Oak Lake (specimen Lake)

In mid February 2015 this beautiful lake was netted and its smaller carp were removed, Along with vast shoals of Rudd, Skimmers and Tench, thus making way for the specimen carp to have room to grow and anglers the opportunity to catch larger specimens. Our mission is to continue with our stoking program into the future. 

Oak Lake is a near 4 acre playground for big carp anglers. With average depths of 6ft in summer making it easy to locate its inhabitants. Oak has an Island, over hanging tree's, reed beds and various underwater features of which make obvious shelter for the rather large inhabitants... its easy to see why anglers frequent here. 

Oak has a separate set of rules to our other lakes, please see below: 

(Please note that anyone knowingly found to be breaking these rules will be asked to leave the fishery immediately)

Night fishing is allowed via a membership only.... more info tbc.... 

  • 2 Rods (Spod & Marker allowed)

  • No Shelf life Baits

  • Fishery own pellets 

  • Barbless hooks only (No bent/crushed barbs)

  • No bait boats

  • No braided mainline

  • Never leave rods unattended

  • You must have a carp care kit

  • No stalking

  • You must have a carp cradle or high sided coffin style matt

  • No Leaders/Lead core

  • Fish with a minimum of 12" of safety tubing

  • Must have a minimum of 15lb line

  • No Naked chods (or this style of angling)

  • Keep noise to a minimum

  • No Particle baits (Hemp/Corn allowed)

  • No carp to be retained

  • All crack-offs and live rigs to be reported immediately 

  • No alcohol or Drugs (zero tolerance) 

  • Night fishing for members only

  • Do not enter the water

  • All carp caught are to photo'd and returned safely to the water

  • Report anyone seen or found to be not following the rules immediately 

  • Take nothing but pictures, Leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing by time

More info on stock and future stocking programs on Oak. 

In mid February 2015 this beautiful lake was netted and its smaller carp were removed, Along with vast shoals of Rudd, Skimmers and Tench, thus making way for the specimen carp to  have room to grow on.

Again our plan for 2021 is to decrease the number of smaller inhabitants.  

 

Lets take you on a flight over Oak Lake by Drone!.. enjoy 

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