Sunnyside Farmhouse, Garstang, LA2 9DG, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Located in the serene countryside of Garstang, Lancashire, Foxes Lake is a 4-acre site that offers fantastic sport to the dedicated angler. There are numerous spacious pegs available, with several of them accessible to the disabled and elderly angler. The Islands, long reeds and mature trees make for a very relaxed setting, as well as offering shelter from the elements.
The waters are open to members as well as the day ticket angler. The average depth sits between 3-10ft, and the lake holds a healthy variety of Bream, Roach, Barbel, Tench and Carp.
What size do the fish go to?
The location has gained notoriety among the Lancashire angling community because of its larger carp. The course record stand at 29lbs, with the fish inheriting the nickname “The Warrior”. Bream, Tench and Roach tend to weigh 3-7lbs, with barbel being recorded at 12lbs.
What tactics work well?
Standard still water tactics tend to work well, while using a feeder with sweetcorn or worms is extremely effective. Anglers may also wish to consider utilising pellets and boilies during the warmer months.
What facilities are on site?
Clean and accessible toilet facilities re open to visitors.
Is parking available?
Safe and secure parking is available on site.