Triangle Pool


Long Eaton, Nottingham, UK

Fishery Information

This fishery is run by Derby Railway Angling Club.

The Triangle Pool is a mature mixed fishery covering an area of 7 acres. With an average depth of 10-12ft, it provides a diverse and thriving aquatic environment. The pool is well-known locally for its abundance of Tench, making it a popular destination for anglers. Additionally, the fishery holds a small head of carp, ranging from 20 to 25lbs, as well as a significant population of roach, bream, rudd, and pike.

What size do the fish go to?

The Triangle Pool is known for producing specimen Tench, with notable catches including individuals weighing 8lb2oz and 8lb12oz. While specific sizes may vary, anglers can expect to encounter Tench of varying sizes, some reaching impressive weights. The carp in the pool can range from 20 to 25lbs, providing an exciting challenge for carp fishing enthusiasts.

What tactics work well?

When fishing at the Triangle Pool, various tactics can yield success depending on the target species. For Tench, popular methods include float fishing or ledgering with worm or maggot baits. Carp fishing enthusiasts may find success with boilies or other carp-specific baits presented on a hair rig. Roach, bream, rudd, and pike can be targeted using techniques such as float fishing, feeder fishing, or lure fishing with appropriate bait selections.

What facilities are on site?

Access to the Triangle Pool is available from a residential street that leads to a dead end at the poolside. However, specific information about on-site facilities is not mentioned in the provided details. It is advisable to inquire about any available facilities, such as toilets, tackle shops, or refreshments, when accessing the fishery.

Is parking available?

Parking for the Triangle Pool is provided within the pool carpark, which is accessed through a locked gate. Anglers are kindly requested not to fish directly from the carpark area to ensure the smooth flow of traffic and maintain a peaceful fishing environment.

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