Welley Road, Wraysbury, Staines-Upon-Thames, TW19 5EP, United Kingdom
Located in Staines-Upon-Thames, Wraysbury Lakes is one of the most notorious Carp Fisheries in the country. The venue comprises of 3 lakes, all of which offer an array of fishing features.
Wraysbury 1 North spans approximately 45 acres. There are 28 swims, several of which are fully accessible to elderly and disabled anglers. Furthermore, the waters are healthily stocked with Bream, Tench, Perch, Roach, Carp and Rudd.
Wraysbury 1 South Lake is a substantial venue at 75 acres. The lake hosts a variety of features including its own island. Moreover, there are a number of spacious swims which off access to disabled anglers. The lake is well stocked with Bream, Tench, Perch, Roach and large Carp.
Wraysbury 2 is a massive site at 140 acres. As well as being a special fishing venue, the waters offer so much more. The mature woodland areas offer a home to an array of wildlife species. Importantly, the lake is home to a number of Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd and Carp.
What size do the fish go to?
Carp of various sizes are landed with frequency, with the largest being caught over 30lbs. Furthermore, Bream, Tench, Perch, Roach and Rudd are generally between 3 and 8lbs.
What tactics work well?
Standard still water methods are effective. Additionally, utilising pellets and boilies during the summer helps to entice larger Carp. Cured meat, sweetcorn, maggots and worms are all popular choices of bait.
What facilities are on site?
Clean and accessible toilet facilities are open to visitors. Also, there are several designated BBQ areas.
Is parking available?
Safe and secure parking is available on location.