Radipole Park Dr, Weymouth, Dorset
Radipole Lake is offset from the Rivery Wey in Weymouth in the lovely county of Dorset.
The lake itself is actually run by the RSPB and is a nature reserve as it’s a really important breeding ground for all different types of birds.
It’s a big lake that’s 87 hectares in size and there is a large island and a lot of reed beds present which make good features to fish up to. The lake was originally part of the estuary until 1914 when a bridge closed it off to become a freshwater lake.
You can erect a bivvy here and fish up to 6 rods.
What size do the fish go to?
Carp to 30lbs 2oz, Roach, Rudd, Dace, Pike, Eels, Perch, Tench, Mullet in the summer, and several different species of Carp.
What tactics work well?
It’s not known what works well.
What facilities are on-site?
There are no facilities.
Is parking available?
Yes, parking is available