Mary Wood Fisheries
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Mary Wood Lakes at Aunby near Stamford in Lincolnshire has two fishing lakes. Mary Wood Lake with many types of coarse fish and Meadow View Lake with mainly Carp.
Mary Wood Lake
This lake is over 150 years old. In 2001 it was de-silted and opened as a commercial fishing lake. It covers some 2 acres.
It has 54 pegs and most pegs have a feature to fish against.
Stock fish are Roach, Rudd, Perch, Tench, Crucians, Chub, Gudgeon, Skimmers, Eels, Carp and Trout.
Both lakes are fed by the Holywell Brook which means that the water quality is good and the fish are very healthy.
Meadow View Lake
This lake was constructed in 2003, but with the quick-growing vegetation it looks like it has been there for years. It is about 1½ acres in area.
This lake has been designed with the pole angler in mind. It has an island the full length of the lake. It has 58 pegs and is 8-10 metres wide.
Stock fish are mainly Carp from a few ounces to 10lb in weight, both Mirror Carp and Common Carp. There are also a few Roach, Rudd and Trout.