Specialist Carp Runs Water
As the name suggests this lake is fed by freshwater springs rising from the Tas Valley, a very beautiful and picturesque lake being surrounded by mature trees and shrubs with weeping willows dipping into the water and clumps of different coloured water lilies.
There is a large head of Mirror, Common,Ghost and Grass Carp to over 20lbs. A variety of methods will produce. Boilies to far lily margin and half way out into the open water will often produce plenty of fish. The fish will also feed well off the surface.
This is by far the easiest of the 4 carp lakes and is ideal for those new to carp fishing or those looking for instant success, it is stocked heavily with singles and doubles with fish to just over 20lbs to keep you entertained.
POLE POSITION & CHERRIES
These two swims can be fished as a double or two single swims, Pole Position has the right hand end margin and the productive set of pads in the far corner. Cherries has some very nice far margin spots and weeping willows on the far and near margin. Average depth between 3 and 4 foot.
TERRIERS (double swim)
A large comfortable swim that can be fished as a double, the best spots again are often tight to the lillies on the far bank, fish can also be caught close in from under the near margin willow trees. Average depth between 3 and 4 foot.
A single swim and again the usual productive areas are tight to the far margin and the lillies on the far bank. Average depth between 3 and 4 foot.
Another single swim with some nice far margin spots and lillies and weeping willows on the far and near margins. Average depth between 3 and 4 foot.
THE BIG BAY (double swim)
Probably the most popular swim on the lake, a large double swim with plenty of water and areas to try. Tight to the far margins under the overhanging trees and the reed bed on the right side of the far bank produce plenty of fish. There is also a nice sandy hump off the far margin to the left of the aerator that always has fish patrolling over. Average depth between 3 and 5 foot.