Located in the quaint little village of Abbots Salford in Warwickshire, Abbots Salford Lake has an average depth of 5-6ft. It has a low stocking density so long periods between bites are to be expected, but the rewards for the effort can be worth it.
It holds the usual silvers but is mainly fished for the specimen carp, bream and tench that reside here. On the right day in the right peg, 100lb of bream is not impossible.
ABBOTS SALFORD LAKE
Abbots Salford Lake is approximately 5 acres with a maximum depth of 7ft. It has a low stocking density so long periods between bites are to be expected, but the rewards for the effort can be worth it.
It holds the usual silvers but is mainly fished for the specimens that reside here with carp to 20lb+, bream 7lb+ and tench 7lb+. On the right day in the right peg, 100lb of bream is not impossible.
Bailiff: Adam Cooke
Telephone: 07825 999290
Location: Abbots Salford
Water Type: Lake
Disabled Access: No
Bailiff Adam Cooke
Telephone 07825 999290
Location Abbots Salford
Water Type Lake
Disabled Access Yes
Allowed Baits: Maggots, Casters, Carp Pellet, Bread, Worms (dendras, lob, red), Sweetcorn, Luncheon Meat, Paste, Punch Crumb (liquidised bread), Ground bait, Boilies, Particle Seed Baits (hemp, tares, etc.), floating baits, lures and dead baits. ALL OTHER BAITS ARE BANNED.
Fishery Specific Rules: Anglers may drive on river side of pool to drop tackle then park in designated places. Max 3 rods, all in same peg. *with valid rod licence Barbless hooks only, max size 6. Minimum 42” Landing Net & unhooking mat to be used at all times. No Keepnets. No fishing private lake. No fishing shallows at far end. Fishing from 2nd Feb - 1st Jul ONLY.