Sandhurst Lake


Swan Ln, Sandhurst, Hampshire GU47 9DA, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Sandhurst lake is a picturesque gravel pit that has a long and illustrious history of carp fishing. It is located on the eastern edge of the Yateley complex. The lake is the youngest lake in the Yateley Complex, yet it has already earned the enviable reputation of being home to some of the most successful carp angling in the United Kingdom.

The lake is tucked away in the midst of well-established forests, and its banks are lined with private, purpose-built swims that provide shelter from the elements. each of the swims has its unique view of the aesthetically beautiful lake.

Sandhurst lake spans 14 acres and has depths that range from 2 to 10 feet, with an average depth of 5 feet. The average depth is very shallow at 5 feet in most spots. Anglers are allowed one island to fish from, along with various gravel bars and features that are immediately identifiable from any one of the 31 swims available.

What size do the fish go to?

The average weight of carp is around 26lb.

Bream can go to the excess of 16lb

Tench can go to the excess of 11lb

Roach can go to he excess of 3lb

The Lake record is 45lb

What tactics work well?

The Sandhurst carp are regularly fed small food items, so a low-lying 12mm pop-up will have great effects.

a small PVA bag/stick containing a blend of Manilla boilie crumb, small pellets and a generous amount of Sticky Baits.

What facilities are on site?

On-site toilets

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available.

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