Spring has sprung!
Centre Lake is fishing well for Carp up to about 27lb, with small baits working best at the moment. Bream are also showing well while the Catfish are just starting - with fish up to 23lb. The show of the Cats is really making Centre Lake come alive now!
Paddock lake has plenty of Crucian Carp and F.1's being caught, with the occasional Tench and Orfe. Currently on this lake, the Carp are slow to show but we don't think it will be long…. watch this space now the temperatures are on the up!
Snake lake (as always) is the first lake where the fish start to feed and as a result, it is fishing consistently well with plenty of Carp and Silvers showing. This lake is definitely one to try when the weather begins to warm up.
Copse Meadow Lake has been slow with the variable night temperatures and hadn’t seen much getting caught. However, now the warm weather is here, this will be the lake to try if you’re after Tench!
Bean lake is really starting to come alive and is fishing well. The fish in here are very active, resulting in all baits being a hit. The record for Spring is currently a Carp weighing in at 38lb. One angler has managed to catch 4 fish in a single session on this lake already this year! We think this year looks good for Bean, especially after the successful catches last year!
Guinea Lake is also fishing well with most anglers catching Tench. Check out our latest match results for Guinea – they showed a promising start to the season!
Here are a couple of gentle reminders to all Anglers to help keep our lakes as safe as possible;
Please DO NOT
• Drive on the grass
• Leave your rods unattended at any time
• For a full list of our rules please visit our website: https://www.newdigate-estates.co.uk/fishing/rules
Reminder; our lakes close half hour before sunset. The sunset times can be found on most weather Apps.
We look forward to seeing you on our lakes soon, especially with the summer months fast approaching!