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Eye Kettleby Lakes

Leicestershire

Latitude: 52.74239 | Longitude: -0.907543

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Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire LE14 2TD LE14 2TD

01664 565900

http://www.eyekettlebylakes.com

Description

There are seven day ticket coarse fishing lakes, these can all offer a wide varity of good quality fish. All the lakes are well stocked, this providing excellent fishing for all types of angler.

Details

Lake One
Lake 1 is part of the original farm and is one of the oldest and most established lakes on site with a central island and lots of natural features creating an interesting and challenging place to fish. It has an average depth of 5 to 6ft throughout. It is well stocked with carp ranging up to 19lb along with Bream. Tench, Roach & Rudd.

Lake Two
Also known as the Carp lake and the home to "Big Chief" a 30lb Mirror Carp. The lake has a good head of Carp exceeding 20lb along with good sized Bream. It is approximately 2 acres in size with over hanging willow trees in the margins and 3 under water islands along the centre of the lake, approximately 3ft under the surface of the water. The average depth of the lake is 6 - 8 ft.

Lake Three
Situated in the middle of the complex and has a car park at either end. It has many mature trees and natural features which makes it many anglers favourite. Depths range from 3ft around the island to 9ft along the track side. As it is one of the oldest lakes on site and it holds Carp in excess of 20lb also has a great variety of other species including Chubb to 5lb, Crucian Carp to 2.5 lb and Tench to 8lb.
Narrow end - 21 pegs / Basin end - 12 pegs

Lake Four
The first lake you see on the approach into the complex it is approximately 2 acres in size and has 3 large islands down the middle these are well matured with over hanging trees creating excellent spots for Carp. It was dug in 1999 so is well established with Carp to 14lb also stocked with Crucian Carp, Roach, Rudd, Tench and Perch up to 4lb. It has an average depth of 5 -6ft.

Lake Five
Lake 5 was dug out at the same time as lake 4 therefore has created a well established lake which is approximately 2 acres in size and consists mainly of Carp, Crucian Carp, Bream, and specimen Perch up to 5 lb. There is a central island up the middle of the lake and there are also plenty of over hanging features and reeds from the margins. This lake has easy access parking up to the waters edge. Its depth is 4 - 6ft.

Lake Six
Dug out at the same time as lake 4 and 5, it is a smaller lake only being 1 acre in size and is 6ft in depth. There is a long central island with weeping willows creating great features to fish up to. This lake is well socked with Roach, Rudd, Carp, Crucian, Tench and Bream.

Lake Seven
Lake 7 was dug out in 2003. It is ideal for large matches and day ticket anglers with a large mixed stock of Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Chubb and Crucian Carp. The lake has been designed so that every angler has the same depth 5ft - 6ft and distance to the island (approx 13m). The biggest carp would be approximately 10lb. Very popular for match bookings.

Lake Eight - residents only
We have made this lake as interesting as possible, the depths vary throughout the lake ranging between 3ft - 10ft with two islands for extra features. We have tried to keep this lake Carp free but there are a few in there up to 5lb. The main species are Crucian Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd and Bream.

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N3V4N5

7 different lakes, all different sizes and all have different mixtures of fish. Lake 2 is the species lake which contains the largest Carp and even a few Barbel if I remember correctly. Most common fish in other lakes is Carp but there are plenty of Perch, Roach, Rudd etc. Lots of choice in lakes and pegs plus car parks and yp

N3V4N5

7 different lakes, all different sizes and all have different mixtures of fish. Lake 2 is the species lake which contains the largest Carp and even a few Barbel if I remember correctly. Most common fish in other lakes is Carp but there are plenty of Perch, Roach, Rudd etc. Lots of choice in lakes and pegs plus car parks and you can park around the lakes.

Mr Lovely

Had a few great days on the main carp lake biggest 10.2 but over 40lb is no problem in a half day fishing

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