This was the original lake built in 2001 as a water storage reservoir. The surface area is one hectare, the flat bottom is four metres deep and the sides slope at a rate of one in three. Over the years a shallow margin shelf has formed naturally.
The 32 stages, each suitable for two people, are set into the slope of the bank creating shelter for the angler and a scallop shaped water margin. Reeds and willow trees have been planted between the stages to provide further cover. The sheltered nature of Rook’s pegs make this lake a perfect location for pleasure anglers.
Corn, meat, Boilies/Bandums, pellets and paste during the warmer months.
Bread,Maggots,Corn and popups during the winter months
Pellet waggler, method feeder and margins during the summer Months
PVA bags with bright hook baits and maggot or hybrid feeder during winter