HAPS Is a small, friendly club that was formed in 1982 to control fishing at Jack’s Lake in Hadley Woods, Barnet, Hertfordshire. The lake is available to members and day tickets. The club arranges matches and coach outings for club members.
The lake now provides 44 pegs, 27 of which are fishable on a day ticket, the remainder being available only to club members. The main species are carp (to 26lb), bream (to 7lb), and roach. There are also tench (6lb), chub (4lb), pike (18lb), rudd, gudgeon and very occasional eels and barbel.
The lake has 29 pegs which are fishable on a day ticket, the remainder being available only to club members. Recent work at the lake has made great improvements to the access with new paths, new metal safety platforms (at the majority of pegs) and new steps to some pegs.
Junior Anglers are welcome to the Lake.
Sorry the lake has NO formal disabled facilities, however we have 1 Peg which is suitable for wheelchairs. (we have several other pegs which could be used with some assistance). Access to the Lake itself is limited to woodland paths which maybe difficult unaided. Please contact the club for further details.
Senior Ticket (per rod)
Junior Free To Fish
Concessions (per rod)
EA rules apply to concessions
All day ticket anglers must be in possession of a valid Environment Agency Fishing licence if over the age of 12.
The Lake is fishable on a Day Ticket from sunrise to sunset.
Maximum of 2 rods per person and per peg.
You must comply with our rules.