Top Quality French Carp Fishing
NEW Lake Record caught on 15th.April 2016 at 70lb 5oz
and 4 different 60lb. And a 70lb+
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Siret No 511 121 824 00011
Contact Keith direct on email@example.com or by telephone on 0033 385 922 953
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Moorlands carp lake is a 14 acre, 300 year old estate lake set in our own 33 acres of securely fenced, beautiful and totally undisturbed countryside.
At Moorland Fisheries we have created 18 swims, which range from very comfortable, open swims to more intimate swims, where you can get close to nature.
This also means that with 18 swims and a maximum of 10 anglers, you will always have plenty of choice, should you want to change swims or to try some stalking in the quiet areas during your stay.
When you arrive we will help with advice on our observations of feeding fish and captures so that you can make your swim choices based on knowledge rather than guesswork.
We also advise you to try to arrive on the Friday so that you can meet the departing anglers to discuss tactics, amount of bait used etc. as well as benefiting from being able to drive down in daylight rather than in darkness.
In one corner of the lake we have a dining lodge which is based on a small “English country pub.” It is where we serve English breakfasts and two course evening meals (included in the price) and it has a log fire for the colder weeks.
We also have English toilet and shower facilities with free hot water 24/7, as well as English electrical sockets for charging phones and cameras etc.
We are sure that you will fall in love with the place as soon as you arrive, and we will do our very utmost to help you catch the fish of your dreams.
Visit our Take a Tour page for a new video tour and lots of tips
Baitboats are now allowed, but must only be used within the water confined for each swim. Anyone found using one in another swim’s water, will be asked to leave.
Rules updated 30/10/2016