The deepest lake with depths ranging from 6ft to a 20ft hole, fed from multiple springs, often very clear with good weed growth through the middle, a large bank of Norfolk reed along one bank and overhanging trees at both ends providing cover and natural food for the trout. Noted for its good hatch of buzzers and damsel.
Often fishes well in the height of the summer due to its great depth and spring fed nature providing cool water for the trout to seek refuge. Both buzzer and nymph fishing work well through out the year with great stalking opportunities from spring to early Autumn because of the deep margins and fantastic water clarity. Sinking lines are often need to reach where the fish are held up.