Non-Exclusive Lake Bivvy Only

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Bounty Lakes 3 is a separate area of Bounty Lake 2 which is the largest lake on site. Bounty 3 is approximately 3 acres and is separated from the rest of the lake by a large island which has floating

Lake 2 is the smallest lake of the 5 at only 6 acres in size. The are 7 swims which have been well spread out across 2 banks of the lake. Have a look at the photos which show how

Lac Baleine is a 23 acre secluded lake located in Champagne region of France set in 40 acres of private land. From Calais the lake can be reached by road in just over 3 hours. Local supermarkets are within easy

Cretelake 3 is 8 acres in size and has 8 purpose built swims giving each angler plenty of water coverage. As with the other Cretelakes there is an abundance of underwater features including gravel bars, weed beds and deep gullies.

Lac Noir is stunning 8 acre catfish lake, with large carp also present. Surrounded by mature trees, the lake has been largely undisturbed until a few years ago when it was purchased by the current lake owners. With cats to

Lac des Demoiselles is a mature tree lined 2.5 acre lake with a good head of common and mirror carp to 40lbs set in the beautiful countryside of the Haute -Vienne region of France. The lake is a drive and

Bill’s Lake 5 is an 8 acre lake which can be fished by a maximum of 6 anglers and opened for carp fishing in 2017. Located south of Reims in North East France, the lake had been unfished and unused