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Pittlands Lakes Angling Club (PLAC) is a well established family run members fishing club situated between Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells in Kent, just off the A21. The angling complex comprises of three lakes for coarse fishing which is generously stocked with a variety of fish including carp up to 30lb.
This is the Club's first lake which is close to 25 years old, making it well established and more for the experienced angler.
Has approximately 18 swims including two concrete swims with naturally grown reeds and bullrushes surrounding it. An island in the centre of the lake with trees and bushes makes a nice feature.
The lake is stocked with Mirror, Common & Crucian carp, Bream, Perch, Tench, Gudgeon, Roach and Rudd.
Situated near the Pavillion and car park. No night fishing on this lake.
The largest lake of the club has approximately 35 swims, two concrete swims, an island and a causeway linking to lake C.
It is situated North-East of the venue and away from the roadside making it a peacefull place to fish.
The lake is also used for corporate competition's for small businesses and other fishing venue's throughout the autum/winter months.
It's stocked with Mirror, Common & Crucian carp, Bream, Perch, Tench, Gudgeon, Roach, Rudd, Chub and Ide.
Night fishing is popular on this lake and with added electrical points available for night lights for your safety.
This lake has approximately 35 swims including 2 concrete swims with electrical points for night fishing.
With trees surrounding the lake for shelter, and conifers dividing the carpark, toilets and clubroom.
The causeway is wide enough for anglers to fish with suitable swims and plantlife fully grown. It is an ideal spot to fish especially in the rainy seasons as the ground seems to not get muddy.
Lake is stocked with Mirror, Common and Crucian carp, Bream, Roach, Tench, Perch, Gudgeon, Rudd, Chub and Ide.
Night fishing is popular on this lake so pre-booking is advisable.