Tel: 07711 826 459 (mobile)
Developed for experienced and discerning anglers who want seclusion, privacy and quality specimen carp fishing on a totally private site in the Cotswold Water Park, Wildmoor Waters offers fishing from three Scandanavian-style waterside lodges which are ideal for individuals, couples or families.
Over recent years Wildmoor has built a reputation as one of the Midland's top 'big carp' venues offering angling for specimen commons and mirrors to nearly 40lbs and leathers to over 30lbs. It is estimated that there are more than fifteen 30lb-plus fish in the lake.
The quality of the carp fishing can be judged by the fact that there are over 500 fish at Wildmoor with the average size being being betwen 16lbs and 20lbs, plenty between 16lbs and 25lbs. The majority of the fish currently being caught are coming in at over 20lbs.
Regularly featured in many of the leading specialist carp magazines, Wildmoor Waters opened for angling 14 years ago and was developed in association with leading fishery biologist Dr Bruno Broughton. Dr Broughton's association with the fishery also means that the lake has been sympathetically developed to provide the maximum benefit to both the fish and anglers.
Since its initial stocking, many of the fish have more than doubled in weight and are now providing exciting sport for anglers.
In addition to the angling, Wildmoor Waters offers anglers a photo-service where the owner will take photographs of decent fish with their captors and provide prints before anglers leave the site. A range of Cotswold Baits boilies, pellets and particles is also available on site.
The luxury lodges on Wildmoor Lake are available either for a long week-end break from Friday to Monday or for mid-week angling breaks from Monday to Friday, although they are available for longer stays.
Anglers are asked to telephone the fishery on 07711 826459 (mobile) for availability.
The three luxury lodges on Wildmoor Lake accommodate four people and are equipped to a high standard being double glazed, fully insulated and centrally heated. They are divided into three rooms - a bedroom, a bathroom and the main living area. To find out more about the cabins please click here.