Lemington Lakes

Todenham road, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 9NP, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Abbey Lake is a mixed coarse pleasure fishing lake, a good size at 3.5 acres contains bream, roach, rudd, tench, crucians, perch as well as carp, because of the variety of species and size of fish this lake would suit any fishing style.
Sunset Lake is for tench fishing only, with large established lily beds, perfect tinca habitat.
Priory pool is the smallest of the lakes at just an acre, perfect for crucian carp which is the main species.
Westminster Lake is a specimen mixed coarse lake, with a nice head of very good size roach, rudd, bream and perch. This lake is predominantly known for the excellent quality of its carp up to mid twenties, but be warned, you will not be allowed to fish for these stunning specimens without a beanie mat or carp cradle. Limited night fishing is permitted
Bishops Lake is for members only, this private lake holds the biggest of Lemingtons residents, 60 of the most immaculate 20lb plus carp you are ever likely to see.

Address: Todenham road, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 9NP, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.lemingtonlakes.co.uk

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