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Nestling at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Oham Lakes offers superb fishing from three pools, a well-stocked tackle shop, café and campsite. Expect a warm welcome from the owners Anne, Dave and Simon who with their staff are always on site for a chat or some friendly advice. All the pools at Oham are well stocked with a wide variety of coarse fish to keep everyone entertained from novice to expert.
At one-and-a-half acres and with 27 staged pegs, Badger Lake is the biggest of the three Oham Lakes' waters.
The first water you see on the right hand side as you come into Oham Lakes, Mallard Lake is about three-quarters of an acre in size and holds 20 well-spaced staged pegs. Situated right next to the car park, tackle shop and cafe and having an even bank it is an ideal water for disabled anglers.
If you want to catch a lot of fish quickly or go somewhere where the children or inexperienced anglers can have a good time - head for The Puddle, the half-acre doughnut shaped water at the far end of the Oham Lakes site.