A particularly beautiful lake, secluded, surrounded by trees, reed lined with prolific weed growth and clear water most of the year due to its inlet of Spring water at one. Good hatches of dragonfly, damselfly, sedge, pond olives and buzzers. Also a great dry fly water.
Offers the best stalking opportunities, with fish often targeted in the channels between the weed beds or under the large over hanging willow or by casting dry fly’s in to the path of cruising fish. All tactics work well with olive damsel nymphs working particularly well through Spring to Autumn with a noticeable shift to cats whiskers and appetisers being the most productive pattern from late Autumn to early Spring when the trout are often fry bashing the juvenile roach. A floating line is often the best choice because of the weed growth.