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- Lemington Lakes -

carp bream roach & rudd tench perch crucian chub

Location in South West:
Todenham Road, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 9NP, England, UK

Debbie & Andy Machin Tel: 01608 650 872

Day Tickets:
day tickets [exc. Bishops]: £6 adults, £4 juniors
evening tickets [4.00pm - dusk]: £4 adults, £3 juniors
Bishops Lake: day ticket £7 adults, evening ticket £5, night ticket £10, 24hr ticket £17.
fishing from 7am - dusk
night fishing must be booked in advance
club and match bookings can be arranged

Cafe, on site tackle and bait, B & B accomodation, caravan club and rally site

Best Baits:
bread, maggot, caster, meat, sweetcorn, boilies, pellets, dog biscuits.

Getting There:
From Moreton-in-Marsh, take the A429 to Warwick, just over the railway bridge turn right towards Todenham, approx 1.5 miles on the left, you will come to the entrance, where there is a large stone name plaque.

Lemington Lakes are a nicely maturing coarse fishery with five lakes offering a variety of sport for most anglers. Conveniently located just 2 miles from the beautiful market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, Lemington Lakes is a privately owned fishery set in 75 acres of outstanding Cotswold countryside.

Westminster Lake [4.5 acres]: 48 peg coarse fishing lake designed to suit pleasure and match anglers with the emphasis on quantity and variety. Bags of 200lb have been achieved. Stocked with carp [Ghost, Mirror and Common] average 5lbs to a top weight of 15lbs, chub to 4lbs, rudd and roach to 2lbs, tench, perch and bream to 4lbs, dace and crucians to 1lb. Westminster is a popular venue for pole, waggler and ledger anglers with popular baits being sweetcorn, pellets, luncheon meat, maggots, caster and worms. Excellent disabled access

Sunset Lake [1.25 acres]: 28 peg coarse fishing lake designed specifically for pole and pleasure anglers. Uniform shelving bottom running to about 5ft deep. Stocked with mirror and common carp between 2lb and 10lb. Match bookings are available. An easy water to fish on either pole or waggler using pellets, sweetcorn, luncheon meat, maggots, casters and mini-boilies.

Priory Pool [0.75 acres]: 18 peg coarse fishing lake ideal for both individual pleasure anglers and small club competitions. Stocked with crucians, bream, roach, rudd and tench it is best fished with bread, maggot, luncheon meat or sweet corn on the waggler or pole. Bags of over 50lb are often taken.

Bishops Lake [2.5 acres]: 20 peg coarse fishing lake. This is Lemington’s specimen lake, which contains a head of 120 mirror, common and ghost carp between 10 and 30lb, ideal for the dedicated carp angler. The depth ranges from 3.5ft to 10ft, averaging 7ft. Night fishing is allowed, but must be booked in advance. Modern and traditional carp fishing techniques both work well with boilies, peperami, tiger nuts, maize, flavoured sweetcorn, pellets or luncheon meat all proving popular.

Abbey Lake [2 acres]: 30 peg coarse fishing lake built in 2003 and opened in 2004. It has one central island and a uniform depth of approximately 4ft. Ideal to fish with pole or waggler this is the silver fish water stocked with good quality crucians, bream, tench, roach, rudd, and perch. An excellent match water for the winter.

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