Doddington Carp Syndicate is a fishing venue in Nantwich, Cheshire, England. This 68-acre 18th century lake was hand-dug by French prisoners from the Napoleonic War. The lake is located on the A51 between Stone in Staffordshire and Nantwich in Cheshire, about 10 miles from Cudmore Fisheries. The venue offers anglers the opportunity to catch specimen fish of many species.
What size do the fish go to
Doddington Carp Syndicate has a good head of twenties and there is a chance of catching a few 30lb+ fish at the right time of year. The lake has lots of small carp coming through after many years of successful spawnings.
What tactics work well?
As the lake is crystal clear, stealth tactics and accurate casting are important for successful carp fishing. Some of the recommended tactics include using single hook baits, pop-up rigs, and light feeding. The lake is also known for its tench and bream, and both can be caught using a variety of tactics.
What facilities are on site?
There are no facilities on site at Doddington Carp Syndicate, but members have access to the lake for the duration of their season ticket.
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available for members of the syndicate.