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Lake Geneva




About The Lake

Lake Geneva is a large thirty five acres plus lake, with depths down to twenty feet. This is a mixed fishery with Bream, Tench, Pike, Roach and Rudd available, but the main attraction of this lake is our predominent Carp. Lake Geneva is where all our big Carp reside, and over the years we have had some real whoppers rear their heads in this lake.

A fantastic day can be had at this lake and who knows, maybe you'll be next find that big catch and break one of our records.



The Fish

In the image slideshow to the left you can see some of the residents of this fabulous fishery.

Carp - A very good stock of quality fish. Catches are dominated by twenties and thirty pound fish. The lake record stands at 45lb 2oz. This will surely be beaten this season!

Rudd - 2lb Plus Rudd have been caught by the Carp Anglers, very few people actually fish for them.

Bream - Again very few anglers fish for this species but specimens in excess of 15lb have been caught by the Carp-boys.

Tench - Again very few anglers fish for this species but specimens in excess of 10lb have been caught by the Carp-boys.

Pike - This lake must hold some really good Pike but seems to only produce to mid-double figures; The odd fish scrapping the twenty barrier. A venue with very little pressure that needs to be unlocked to realise it's real potential

Roach - 2lb Plus Roach have been caught by the Carp Anglers, very few people actually fish for them.

Season 2017-18

Yet another great season for this lake with quality Carp, Bream, Tench, Roach and Rudd coming to the net. We soon lost count of the number of thirty pound plus Carp caught this year as they were reported on a weekly basis; with an average size of 34 - 35lb our members have been filling their photo albums. The best fish reported this season was a new forty of 44lb making the known number of forty pound plus fish to at least six; there are a number of upper thirties from a couple of seasons ago that haven't been caught recently which are likely to swell this figure in future. Our best reported catch was in the summer a superb tally of seventeen Carp in a three day stint to 42lb. It doesn't happen for everyone but it is nice to know when you get it right this sort of result is on the cards. This season a number of big Bream and Tench were also netted, mainly while carp fishing. The Bream are mostly into double figures with the occasional fish being weighed in the 14 - 15lb bracket. The large Tench have been between 6lb and 10lb when caught, great sport when on the right tackle. The prospects for the new season are very good with the Carp putting on a steady 1lb to 2lb a year the good number of fish in the 38 - 39lb bracket could well tipple the scales at 40lb+; and with a good number of upper twenties moving into the 30lb+ range.