August- A rather wet Bank holiday Monday ! Fishing Update -
Water is cooling down – looking at week beginning 8th September to restock – I will keep you paoted when I have a date –MEANWHILE please note the no additional charge for caught fish( see below)
Summertime Tickets £10
For £10 you can have UNLIMITED TIME, should you tempt a trout out there will be NO ADDITIOINAL CHARGE – I will be pleased to get as many summer survivors out before I put the new boys in. Please let me know your tally by completing your returns ticket- always keen to keep an eye on remaining stock levels !! I f you don’t want to take the trout home – please leave by Clubhouse door – my dogs love them !
The weed has been conquered thanks to DyoFix – the inert vegetable dye. I have spent the summer experimenting and now , Blanket weed, Algae bloom ( that pea soup effect) and Spiked Water Milifoil are HISTORY !!!!! If you really want to find a little Milfoil whack a sinking line on and let it go right down , you will find a little dying at the roots !!– I am so looking forward to putting some fresh trout in there
We are open for summer ‘Fly Fishing’ – however please be aware that your chances of catching a trout are slim - When the water heats up in the summer, the trout struggle, some literature suggest that they stop feeding at 19 degrees Celsius . As the temperatures
the water is unable to hold onto the oxygen, the trout do one of two things; some will go almost into a state of hibernation, others will become stressed, you may see them on the surface swimming aimlessly. This is the warm water summer phase of our
During this quiet time the Clubhouse isl generally unmanned -– the back door will be open throughout the day for access to toilet, Please use the ENVELOPES to sign in and pay for your ticket. The envelopes are in a plastic container on one of the tables on the decking area. Please complete and post in post box.
Autumn is knocking on the door !!!
Our little jewel in Worcestershire offers the Fly Fisher a peacefull and tranqil venue. Conservation plays a crucial role; benefits include increasing the entomology of the lakes, hence encouraging and establishing flourishing flora and fauna which inturn attract a diverse and fascinating range of birds and mammals.
We are a small privately owned Trout Fishery: the lakes were first developed in 1971. In 1992/3 the two lakes were drained and deepened opening for fishing in 1994. They are well established and naturalised set amongst forty acres of unspoilt beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
The Lenches Lakes offer a unnique picturesque venue for functions such as Corporate Entertainment, Dinners,Lunches,Parties and Weddings
We are a certified Caravan Club Site offering five quiet pitches with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.
We welcome Tents and Motorhomes on another area of the estate also with electric hook ups, water and elsan point.