Twin Peaks is home to over 150 Carp from mid teens to mid twenties
in weight. All are hard fighting Mirrors and Commons in pristine condition.
There are also a number of catfish
in the lake. The largest caught in 2013 was 42lbs, in 2014 32lbs and in 2016 and specimen of 38lbs was landed.
Many anglers have hooked into something pretty big but never been able to get it to the bank.
Other species include Cruscian Carp (lake record Cruscian is 3lbs), Roach, Rudd and a few Perch. The Carp
have been breeding successfully in recent years resulting in many smaller mirrors and commons which are great fun to catch
on float or quiver rods.
Twin Peaks can be a difficult water to fish at times but a regular
baiting technique usually pays off. There is plenty of room on the main bank for bivvies (we do not
allow bivvies on the dam wall).
Twin Peaks is a private lake where night fishing is allowed and no permits are needed.
The wildlife is exceptionally varied with many varieties of birds, amphibians and insects to watch and photograph around the
lake whilst the forest and surrounding fields are host to deer, wild boar, badgers and foxes.
We supply landing nets, carp
cradles and weigh slings free of charge.
Bait Boats are allowed.
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