Bletcham Way, Caldecotte, Milton Keynes MK7 8HP, UK.
Caldecotte Lakes is a sprawling 70-acre venue, known for its diverse range of first-class fish species. With its impressive stock, anglers can expect to catch Roach, Pike, Perch, Bream, and chunky hybrids, providing an exciting and challenging fishing experience. The average depth of the fishing areas is around 12 feet, with the best results often achieved by fishing close to the bank when the wind has been blowing across the lake for a couple of days.
What size do the fish go to?
Caldecotte Lakes is home to a variety of large fish species, including Roach over 3lb, Pike over 30lb, big Perch, double-figure Bream, and chunky hybrids over 5lb that fight like Tench.
What tactics work well?
For Roach and Bream, consider using feeder or waggler rigs with maggots, worms, or casters as bait. For Pike, lure fishing or dead baiting with mackerel or smelt are effective methods. For Perch, try using small live baits or soft plastics on a jig head. When targeting chunky hybrids, use tactics similar to those used for Tench, such as feeder rigs with worms or sweetcorn.
What facilities are on site?
Although the listing does not provide specific details about on-site facilities, anglers can expect basic amenities such as parking and access to fishing areas. For more information about facilities, it is advised to contact the fishery directly.
Is parking available?
The listing does not mention parking information specifically. However, given the size of the venue, it is likely that parking is available on site. To confirm parking availability and any potential fees, it is recommended to contact the fishery directly.
Please note that Caldecotte North is open all year, while Caldecotte South is subject to the statutory closed season.