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Bayeswater day ticket lake
The day ticket lake is starting to mature nicely, with marginal weed and plant life. There are a lot of carp, roach, rudd, perch and tench in the Day Ticket Lake. Although it is primarily a carp water all of the other species are doing very well. There is some good float or feeder fishing to be had. Don’t fish too close in though; the best distance is around two rod lengths out or more, at 20-30 feet.
Bayeswater syndicate lake
This is a syndicate member’s only lake, out of bounds to non-syndicate members. Like the day ticket lake, the fish love the margins, so please don’t wander over to chat to any one fishing, you might scare the fish, spoiling the anglers chances.
It is not a high stock density water because we want the fish to grow large. To date 10th November 2006 the biggest fish caught is 32lb, the same as on the day ticket lake. The carp are growing well though, on both lakes, but the lower number of carp per acre on the syndicate lake will allow for greater weight gains.