The first fishery to introduce carp into Pembrokeshire (it’s right on the border with Carmarthenshire), the original lake has been joined by a further, increasing total surface area to close on 3 acres. Several varieties are present and include commons, leathers many to over 20lbs and grass carp to 29lb. the lake record is 31lb 4oz common carp caught Sept 2007). You will not find any traffic noise, nosy day-trippers and other pollutants, both lakes have well-manicured open banks with easy access. Although there are no fixed pegs, visitors will find this more of an asset than otherwise and there is the additional facility of being able to take your car almost to the water’s edge nearly all around the main lake. This is an important consideration for disabled anglers, who should find it a convenient and safe venue. Some awesome bags have been achieved at these lakes, and not only with carp alone. Large roach and rudd are plentiful and there are a few
Upgraded toilet facilities include hot showers for camping and caravanning Electric hook-ups.)
Night fishing is by appointment only and is charged at a double the day rate.
Rules are in general common sense but barbless hooks and a complete ban on boilies are two which must be strictly adhered to.
Two rods per person only.
Under 14 paying child rates are limited to 1 rod.
Keep nets are only use in matchs.
All fish to be returned as quickly as possible,
Carp anglers should have unhooking mats
There is ample parking and easy access to both lakes. Disabled access is also available as is alongside the water parking if needed.
Tackle hire and baits can be supplied if you have not brought your own.