Langholme Lake

Fishery Facts

Size:
17.5 acres
Swims:
16 with 3 doubles
Carp Stock:
350 +
Venue Record:
35lb 12oz
Avg Weight:
20lb
Other Species:
Tench into double figures and Pike approaching 30lb

Langholme Lake

Langholme situated at Haxey in North Lincolnshire is a rapidly maturing sandpit, acquired by the Society in June 2001 as a long term lease.  The lake is run by the Carp Society on a syndicate basis limited to 50 members. 

The lake itself is some 17.5 acres consisting of 16 swims of which 3 are spacious doubles.  Typical of many in the area, the lake is gin clear, weedy water with an abundance of natural food, the water quality being first class for holding and growing fish.

We estimate a good stock of 350 carp with an average weight of 20lb.

The anglers and bailiff team maintain a record book and logged 575 catches in 2016 with 13 of these being over 30lbs. 

 


The current lake record is held by Daren Upfold at 35lb 12oz 

 

Bordering the lake is Langholme Wood Nature Reserve to the South. To the North there is the Doncaster to Gainsborough Rail link and the Warping Drain, a seldom-fished land drain holding good stocks of Pike, Tench and Bream.

 

Langholme situated at Haxey in North Lincolnshire is a rapidly maturing sandpit, acquired by the Society in June 2001 as a long term lease.  The lake is run by the Carp Society on a syndicate basis limited to 50 members. 

The lake itself is some 17.5 acres consisting of 16 swims of which 3 are spacious doubles.  Typical of many in the area, the lake is gin clear, weedy water with an abundance of natural food, the water quality being first class for holding and growing fish.

We estimate a good stock of 350 carp with an average weight of 20lb.

The anglers and bailiff team maintain a record book and logged 575 catches in 2016 with 13 of these being over 30lbs. 

 


The current lake record is held by Daren Upfold at 35lb 12oz 

 

Bordering the lake is Langholme Wood Nature Reserve to the South. To the North there is the Doncaster to Gainsborough Rail link and the Warping Drain, a seldom-fished land drain holding good stocks of Pike, Tench and Bream.

 

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