Windthorpe Pits

Windthorpe Pit in Nottinghamshire is a shallow 15-acre lake with a flat bottom, minimal weed, and varying water levels due to the nearby River Trent.

It is home to Carp, Bream, Roach, Perch, Pike, and sometimes Zander.

The lake offers fishing spots along its edges and access to a 650-meter section of the River Trent.

Contact the management for more information.

Windthorpe Pits

Windthorpe Pits, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 6HH, United Kingdom

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About Windthorpe Pits

Windthorpe Pit is a 15-acre lake in Nottinghamshire. It’s not very deep, about 7/8ft on average, with a bottom that’s mostly flat with some silt and gravel. There isn’t much weed in the lake. The edges of the lake slope gently down to the water. The water level can change because of the nearby River Trent.

You can find Carp, Bream, Roach, Perch, Pike, and sometimes Zander in the lake. There’s also a 650-meter part of the River Trent where you can fish for Barbel, Chub, Bream, Carp, and Pike.

There are spots along the edge of the lake where you can fish from. The gate by the lake lets you easily get to the river area, and there’s parking near each fishing spot.

Don’t cut down any trees or plants around the lake. Only the people in charge can make changes to the vegetation.

If you want more details about Windthorpe Pit, get in touch with the people who manage the area.