Golf Course Lakes Fishery is a coarse fishing venue located near Uxbridge, London. The fishery is controlled by Uxbridge Rovers Angling and Conservation Society. This complex comprises of three lakes (70 pegs in all) The North Lake, The South Lake, and the Narrow Pond (within the Frays Valley Local Nature Reserve). Although closely situated each offers slightly different challenges to the angler.
Access via Skip Lane is only possible while the cement works are open.
The North Lake holds Tench up to 7lb, Carp, Roach, Rudd, and Perch. There is a large stock of Pike with some of them reaching in excess of 20lbs. These can offer tremendous sport for the enthusiast during later autumn and winter.
The Northernmost bank is part of the bird sanctuary and is out of bounds to anglers. Please note live bait is not permitted.
The South Lake is predominately a Tench lake, with catches being recorded in excess of 9lbs. There is also a shoal of large bream up to 8lbs.
Fishing on the The Narrow Lake is only permitted from the permanent pegs along the bank by the disused railway track. This small lake offers the widest scope holding large Tench, Bream and Eels together with plenty of Roach, Rudd and Perch. Being naturally weedy it presents a real challenge to the competent angler.