Woolpack Fishery

Woolpack Fishery near Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, offers four lakes with high-quality carp, bream, and tench.

Lake 4 is currently closed for young fish quarantine, while Lake 5/6 presents challenges with natural food and fish up to 33 pounds.

Lake 7 boasts fish over 30 pounds, and Lake 8 has carp up to 34-12 pounds.

Woolpack Fishery

Woolpack Fishery, Offord Cluny, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5RG

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About Woolpack Fishery

Woolpack Fishery is a popular fishing spot located near Godmanchester in Cambridgeshire. The fishery was created in the late 1970s after sand and gravel extraction stopped and four lakes were formed. High-quality carp were introduced, and the lakes have since produced some impressive fish, with the largest weighing 51-4 pounds.

Lake 4 is the original carp lake, but it is currently closed to anglers as it houses young fish and some older ones for quarantine. It will reopen for fishing in the next few years.

Lake 5/6 is split by islands and offers a variety of features for anglers to explore. The lake is rich in natural food, making it challenging to catch the fish, which can reach up to 33 pounds. There are also bream and tench in this lake.

Lake 7 is home to about 50 fish, with many weighing over 30 pounds. The lake has a range of features, including humps and gravel areas. The fish in this lake are mostly 30 pounds or more, with some reaching close to 40 pounds. There are also tench and bream in this lake.

Lake 8 is around 8 acres in size and has about 70 carp, with the largest caught weighing 34-12 pounds. The lake has a variety of features and is rich in natural food. Most of the carp in this lake are in the low 20s, with some smaller ones as well. There are also tench and bream, with the largest bream caught weighing 11 pounds. This lake has provided consistent fishing opportunities in recent years.