Gaywoods Fishery

Station Footpath, Kings Langley, WD4 8DZ, Herts, United Kingdom

The fishery is a 4.5 acre man-made lake, dug out in 1978 - 1980. The lake was originally a trout fishery and opened as a course fishery in 1994. The lake has a ballast and chalk bottom. The lake averages about 12 feet deep but it is 35 feet deep in places. It has a island in the middle and is fed by three natural springs. The lake has over hanging weeping willow trees around the edges. The fish spawn on the roots of the trees in the spring. At the far end of the fishery there's a fishing lodge were a few bits of bait and tackle can be purchased. Next to the lodge there's the ladies and gents toilets.

Carp to 22lbs
Tench to 7lbs
Perch to 2lbs

Address: Station Footpath, Kings Langley, WD4 8DZ, Herts, United Kingdom

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Tony Duvivie. - 22nd May 2019 at 3:07pm

What time can you fish from?


Anonymous - 25th Dec 2018 at 8:49pm

Hi will your lake be open on the Thursday 27 December 2018 I'm trying to find a lake that's close to home to fish on that day. Cheers Neil


Anonymous - 10th Oct 2018 at 10:47am

Hi There -I was wondering what the opening times were and the price for day fishing. It would be me and my 8 year old son with a small spin rod and a whip pole. We would only be corse fishing. Please advise. Thanks Graham

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Justin - Reviewed 17th May 2020 at 6:34am

This fishery closed down in 2017. It is not reopening

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