The Windmill Fishery complex consists of 4 bespoke lakes individually designed to cater for all your coarse fishing requirements.

The Windmill Fishery complex consists of 4 bespoke lakes individually designed to cater for all your coarse fishing requirements. The complex is run on a day ticket basis with night fishing available on the Carp lake. We also run a food and refreshments service. So by calling our Fishing Manager Terry Boulton on 07805 326772, we can deliver a wide range of food and drink to your peg.

Match Lake

This is a 32 peg lake with long sides which fish to two islands with underwater shelves, scalloped out bays, gravel bars and deeper holes. The lake is largely designed for pole fishing with the island edge set about 14m off the orbital fishing bank. The water ends are suited to feeder and ledger fishing tactics. Stocked to a high density, this lake will contain Common and Mirror Carp, Roach, Tench, Perch, Bream and Crucian's.

Match Lake

Carp Lake

We think you'll agree it's an unusual shape but rest assured it's packed with hidden features with 18 pegs for the discerning Carp fisherman to explore. Stocked with a good head of Common and Mirror Carp from VS Fisheries, famous for their fighting quick growing Carp strains. The majority of the fish will run to about 20lbs with a couple of very special 30lbs.

Carp Lake

Specimen Lake

A small lake with pegs for 18 anglers. There is a central island with deep holes on each end and sides, as well as shallower gravel bars further out in the open water. The stock in this lake will consist of our larger specimen size Roach, Bream, Tench, Perch and Carp.

Specimen Lake

Silver Fish Lake

This lake offers the opportunity for us to teach angling skills to old and young alike. With 15 pegs it is guaranteed to produce a good bag of fish for both novices and the more experienced. The lack of bank-side and water's edge vegetation will be perfect to practice casting techniques. A more open lake with a flat bank around the rim and very well stocked with "easier to catch" fish.

Silverfish Lake