A very pretty lake stretching out alongside the lodge with a deep hole of 15ft at one end and lots of weed growth through the middle. A great nymphing water that has a great hatch of damselfly, alderfly, sedge and some mayfly. The inlet is a particularly good hot spot in the summer along with the deep hole.
Often best fished with a floating line because of the weed growth but through the winter the fish often can only be caught on sinking lines over the deep hole. Another water in which the fish can often be seen fry bashing the juvenile roach from late Autumn to early Spring when natural food is limited. Olive damsels, cats whiskers and GRHE’s often produce the goods on Alder Lake.