13 May

Marked fished the Island lake for a 24hr session to catch a lovely mixture of fish.


10 May

Alderwood Ponds cafe will re-open on friday the 12th may for the summer camping months and will close end of August 2017 unless the weather is really good in Sept. THE CAFE is now situated in the camping carpark. TIMES WILL BE ON THE BOARD AT ENTRANCE TO CARPARKS as you drive in and altered daily as to how busy we are. Please understand if the times alter it is because only one of us working so we have to sort log cabin & bailiffe and cook in cafe all at the same time so thankyou for being patient.


6 May

Shane Pratt fished the Island Lake to land this lovely 20lb mirror.

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27 Apr

We have just recieved the lab results from the environment agency the Island lake has come back all clear  NO algae bloom NO toxins, the corsican slight algae bloom but not high enough to be toxic, so will be monitored for oxygen levels over the next few days, so please be aware the airaters might be on quite alot night and day.


27 Apr

Health & Saftey  it is very important that all anglers, visitors ect wash there hands after touching the fish or water at this present time before eating ect , due the the weather we have had an algae bloom break out in the water, this means the water can be carrying toxins mainly harmful to livestock and wildlife, also dogs, so please do not let your dog drink from this source the lakes are still fishable at this present time, tests are being carried out to ensure the saftey of the fish and wildlife, the lakes are fishing well so hopefully the blooms will subside quickly.

Fishing report 24th April 2017

24 Apr

Steve Barton spent a weeks break fishing the Island lake to land 42 x carp including twelve doubles all over 10lb plus one roach and one nice tench, his pb of the week was this lovely 17lb 5oz carp



9 Apr

Terry Surrey fished the Island Lake in open water with his secret bait to land a 24lb 1oz mirror.

Sam Copper aged 13 fished the corsican with curried lunncheon meat to land this lovely common. Well done sam.