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The club River Feast has booked a match on the 2nd September for 60 pegs pegs
The club Blankers Ac has booked a match on the 15th September 2018 for 20 pegs pegs
The club Open Match has booked a match on the Saturday November 3rd for 60 sixty pegs

 

Winthorpe Lake and the River Trent

Winthorpe Lake and River Trent
ABOUT THIS VENUE

The lake is some 15 acres in size with a pretty even depth of around 7/8ft at normal level. The bottom has silt/gravel areas with little or no weed at all, and no bars, its quite flat. The margins are from nothing, sloping out gradually. The lake level does rise and fall with the adjoining river Trent and at times quite fast.The lake holds a good head of Carp/Bream/Roach/Perch/Pike and the odd Zander. It also has a 650 mtr stretch of the river Trent to fish with terrific Barbel/Chub/ Bream/Carp and Pike. The bank has good spaced out pegs and pretty good access to the waters edge, the river is accessible via the lake access gate and you can park your car behind you on every peg. As with all our venues please do not prune or remove any trees or reeds around the lake,this can only be done by the bailiffs after consultation with the committee.

The Bailiffs
Chris Mendelson Mick Rowett
Chris Mendelson Mick Rowett

Interactive Google Map of the location
Winthorpe Complex
Winthorpe Complex
Venue Specific Rules

Winthorpe Lake / River Local Rules.

No Fishing Areas at Winthorpe Lake.

There are three NO FISHING areas at the lake at Winthorpe and are as follows;

  1. From the steps around from the old mans peg to the bridge over the cut to the river Trent.
  2. From the start of the spit along the bank to the first metal barge ( wooden gate)
  3. From the grass point opposite the concrete barge around the back bay along the east bank to the back bay peg on the spit. These three areas have been deemed NO FISHING by the committee and the Environment Agency in the interests of fish and wildlife welfare.
Directions

To get to the lake from the A1 south bound take the A46 east(Lincoln) turn off, then straight over at the next roundabout staying on the A46 to the next roundabout where you will take the first exit towards Collingham on the A1133.

Keep on this road past the Winthorpe turn off through the village of Lanford.

Just after leaving the village you will enter a sweeping left hand bend and there will be a sign to the village of Holme take this road and go over the Langford level crossing, and carry on the the village where you will get to the T junction and the village phone box, the lake is signposted on the village notice board to your left.

Follow the track through the farm to the first gate (unlocked) and be sure to shut it after you. follow the hard-core track down and over the flood bank to the second gate (Locked) again please close and lock all the gates behind you.(even if you find them open). When driving through the village and travelling along the lanes drive slowly.

Some images of the Venue
The Inlet Swim The Beach Swim The Steps and Mans Swim The Trent Back of the Teabag Swim Metal Boat and Beach from Teabag The Lawn Swim
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