Darwin Lake offers a fantastic opportunity for guests to enjoy fishing during their holiday break. The lake, located within the Darwin Forest, is well-stocked with various fish species, providing anglers with a diverse fishing experience.
Guests staying at Darwin Lake have exclusive fishing rights to the lake during their stay. This means that they have the privilege of fishing in a tranquil and scenic environment without having to share the space with non-guests. It ensures a more intimate and enjoyable fishing experience for those staying at Darwin Lake.
The lake is stocked with a range of fish species including Tench, Carp, Crucian Carp, Bream, and Chub. These fish were introduced to the lake in the autumn of 2016 and are now ready to be caught by anglers. Guests are welcome to bring their own fishing equipment to make the most of their fishing experience.
It’s important to note that a valid rod licence is required for each guest fishing at Darwin Lake. This licence can be obtained from the government, and guests should ensure they have the necessary documentation before fishing. As part of the conservation efforts, all fish caught must be returned to the lake, allowing for sustainable fishing practices and the preservation of the fish population.
Whether guests are experienced anglers or simply looking to try their hand at fishing, Darwin Lake provides a picturesque setting and exclusive fishing opportunities within the beautiful Darwin Forest.