Teakettle Fisheries

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

As of 2018 you can fish both Whittle Mere and Thorney Mere on the one syndicate ticket at Teakettle Fisheries. Since opening both lakes at Teakettle Fisheries have come on leaps and bounds producing some excellent fish up to and over 40lb. The fishery is located close to Peterborough and Whittlesey with good access routes from all across Cambridgeshire.

Whittle Mere
Whittle Mere is 20 acre flooded gravel pit located just to the east of Peterborough which has been managed on a syndicate basis since 2013 (it was largely unfished prior to that).

Although relatively young, extensive landscaping has created a wonderful-looking fishery, with 21 well-appointed swims each with plenty of water and features. The lake holds around 300 carp with the average size being around the 20lb-22lb mark, and some impressive catches of fish between upper doubles to mid-twenties have been taken by syndicate members. The lake record currently stands at 44lb 7oz (April 2018) with several other fish over 30lb.

Thorney Mere
This beautiful 10 acre flooded gravel pit sits next to Whittle Mere on the Teakettle Fisheries complex. Brand new for 2018 and available to fish as part of a joint syndicate ticket with Whittle Mere.

It is more natural than its neighbour Whittle Mere, surrounded by mature trees and with extensive marginal vegetation. This lake now has 16 well placed swims which have been purposely kept as natural as possible. Limited fishing has taken place, but mirrors up to 37lb have been caught during ‘test’ fishing sessions. We have recently also stocked this lake with an additional 130 carp from the on-site stock pond to supplement the stunning original stock of around 50 fish.


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