Kettlethorpe Hall Lake

Originally part of the Kettlethorpe Hall ornamental gardens, this small lake is well established with numerous natural features. It will accommodate around 25 anglers with a reasonable sized car park at the entrance.

The Fishery

The fishery predominantly holds stocks of Bream, Roach, Crucian Carp and Tench with smaller stocks of Chub, Rudd and Perch alongside some larger Carp. Popular methods for this venue include pole, waggler and feeder tactics. There are four islands to fish up which are accessible from more than ten pegs. The depth of this lake is quite shallow, approximately three feet.


A fish survey carried out by the Environment Agency in January, 2007 confirmed the water to be overstocked with small Roach and Perch. These were removed and the water re-stocked. Fishing stages have been erected along the foot-path side of the lake giving added comfort to members fishing there.

How to find us

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