Springvale Fishing Lakes


Springvale Farm, Springvale Road, Bevercotes, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG22 0BT, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Springvale Fishing Lakes are located in Bevercotes, Nottinghamshire. They offer a one-of-a-kind setting in their 100 acres of land characterized by its peaceful atmosphere and attractive terrain. The surrounding wooded region serves as a rural sanctuary for quiet. This fishery is run very efficiently and is in a beautiful setting. There is plenty of fish to catch, the banks have been adequately maintained, and the pegs are of sufficient quality. At Springvale, you can choose from one of six different waters for Fish species such as Common, Mirror Carp, Ide, Tench, Chubb, Skimmers, Bream, and Barbel found in abundance in the lakes.

First Spring Lake is the site’s most established body of water, with 27 fishing pegs and stocked with carp and silverfish. Carp and silverfish are plenty at the more intimate Oak Avenue Lake, which has only 20 fishing spots. The Golden Lake has little information accessible; however, catching carp and silver fish is possible. The Duke Lake features carp and silverfish and has 40 fishing pegs for recreational and competitive fishing. Carp and silverfish are plenty at Duchess Lake, which features 50 fishing pegs, open for pleasure and competitive fishing.

What size do the fish go to?

The fishery holds regular matches on various lakes with weights nearly always well in excess of 100lb.

What tactics work well?

The fishing rules are stringent but fishing with the conventional coarse fishing tactics will catch you great weights. The fishery supplies every match angler with a landing net and all keep nets, as well as every leisure angler with a landing net.

What facilities are on site?

Clean and well maintained toilets


Tackle and bait shop

In addition, someone is always readily available to answer any questions you may have regarding the Fishing Lakes.

Is parking available?

Yes, parking is available] behind all the pegs.

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