Haslams Lake


Haslams Lane (opposite Folly Road) at Darley Abbey, Derby, DE22 1EB, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Situated next to Darley Abbey, Derby, Haslams lake offers a fantastic day’s sport to both the beginner and more seasoned angler. The site comprises of two lakes, with Haslams lake being the largest. The venue is constantly being improved and has been crafted with the disabled and elderly angler in mind.

The waters are open to members only, and they are renowned for having a good head of Carp, Tench and Bream. An adult season ticket cost £40, with discounts being offered to juniors and concessions.

What size do the fish go to?

Tench and Bream tend to average between 2-7lbs. Carp are frequently landed in the double figures, with larger fish exceeding 20lbs.

What tactics work well?

Standard still water tactics tend to be effective. Using a feeder with sweetcorn or worms can help with enticing the larger Carp. Throughout the warmer months, angler may also consider utilising pellets and boilies.

What facilities are on site?

Tuition from resident experts is available to juniors and novices. Clean and accessible toilet facilities are open to guests.

Is parking available?

Safe and secure parking spaces are offered on site.

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