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Grendon Lakes have in recent years become established as one of the best coarse fisheries in the south Midlands. Consisting of 8 fishable lakes set in 150 acres of Northamptonshire countryside, the complex really has something to offer anglers of all types and abilities.
From 1st April 2010 Grendon Lakes will be a members only fishing complex with the exception of Geralds Ponds & Club Lake which can be fished on day tickets.
Hope Lake is our Specimen Carp Syndicate Lake, it holds fish over 40 lb.
Trinity is a good carp water with fish ranging in the 6 - 25 lb bracket, it also holds a large quantity of Carp with some tench and bream, the latter to over 10 lb.
Ellie lake is a general mixed coarse lake which holds a good head of fish including carp, tench, bream, roach, perch and chub, a lake more suited to waggler, pole or feeder fishing.
Frankie Lake is now a general carp water, in 2006 an additional 47 fish over 15lb, 20 fish over 20lb abd 12 fish over 25lb were introduced to supplement the exsisting carp population. Day and night tickets can be arranged by Booking Only.
Nidale Lake is a huge water and may be fished in the winter months only, it is a hard water but does hold some big pike.
Gerald's Ponds are situated close to the clubhouse and have been extensively stocked with silver fish, crucian carp and small carp. An ideal place for beginners to learn or the ideal perfect venue for that small club match or sweep stake, the two ponds are next to each other and offer about 20 pegs between them. There are some large roach up to 2lb in these ponds.