Pitsford Fishery was established in the early eighties. Initially, it was stocked with carp, tench, barbel and a vast number of silver fish. As you'd expect, over this amount of time, the weights have now increased considerably.
After a change of owner in the late nineties, catfish were added; the weights recorded of those that have been out have been up to 70lbs but there's much reason to believe that heavier weights are now in there waiting to be caught.
There are 20 pegs and a secure car park that can be locked at the fisherman's request for peace of mind.
The lake is a quiet and picturesque place and we intend to keep it this way. There are no facilities for litter because we expect you to leave the fishery as you find it and leave no trace!
There are toilet facilities provided and maintained frequently.
We believe our lake to be a place for anglers of all abilities so please feel free to come down and give us a visit.
Find below a map of the lake illustrating the location of the pegs and the depth.
The depths shown are fairly accurate as it's been created based on the depths of the clay pit, which is what the fishery originally was.