Northwycke Lake Syndicate


Near Burnham-on Crouch, Essex

Fishery Information

Northwycke Lake Syndicate is a 3.5-acre lake in the Essex countryside near Burnham-on-Crouch. The lake is known for its picturesque and peaceful environment, making it an ideal venue for anglers looking for a quiet fishing retreat. The lake offers no on-site facilities, providing a back-to-basic fishing experience. The season starts on May 1st and runs for a year.

What size do the fish go to?

The lake is home to a good head of 30lb+ carp, and some stunning fish over 40lb+. The carp are of true English pedigree and are known for their beauty and strength. The lake is a small 20-man syndicate, making it a highly sought-after venue for serious carp anglers.

What tactics work well?

Information on what tactics work well at Northwycke Lake Syndicate is not readily available. However, based on general carp fishing techniques, anglers have reported success with boilies, pellets, and particles. Fishing in the margins could also be productive.

Is parking available?

Parking information for Northwycke Lake Syndicate is not readily available. However, as with most carp fisheries, there will likely be parking available on site. Anglers are advised to contact the fishery directly to confirm the parking arrangements. Spaces on the lake are very limited, and anglers are advised to lodge their interest in advance to be considered for the next season.

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