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Wapperwell Pond

Pretty little lake with lots of F1 carp and silver fish just off the A380 dual carriageway in Devon

Key facts about Wapperwell Pond

Run by the Newton Abbot Fishing Association
Plenty of good sized skimmers
F1 carp and tench
Pole is most popular option
Pellets and sweetcorn good baits
Plenty of silvers on maggot
Believed to be former duck pond
Part of a 300 year old estate
About an acre in size
Fish as far out as comfortable

Wapperwell Pond is on the Clifford Estate and is believed to be over 300 years old, being originally excavated as a duck pond to supply the Estate. The Bailiff has undertaken a considerable amount of work to improve the venue and the fishing. It is now about an acre in size and is stocked with silver fish, skimmer bream, tench, crucians and F1 carp,

To safeguard the Association’s relationship with the Estate, please follow the parking rules that are posted near the gate which should be kept closed at all times.

How to get there

Wapperwell is just off the A380 about two miles on the Exeter side of Kingsteignton at Ideford dip
When leaving the A380 here turn left towards Chudleigh
The pond is almost immediately on your left
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If you enjoy fishing in Devon, then you may like to visit some of our other fishing lakes in Devon including, Bussells Farm Fishing Lakes, Coombe Water Fishery, Charlecombe Fishery, Emperor Lakes Fishery and New Barn Farm Fishery.

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