Windthorpe Pits

Carp Pike
Fishery Information
Fish Species
Carp Pike Bream
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Fishery Information

Windthorpe Pit is a 15-acre lake located in Nottinghamshire. The lake has an average depth of around 7/8ft and features a mostly flat bottom with silt and gravel areas and minimal weed growth. The margins slope gradually from the water’s edge. The lake’s water level is influenced by the adjacent River Trent, which can cause fluctuations.

The lake is home to a variety of fish species including Carp, Bream, Roach, Perch, Pike, and occasionally Zander. Additionally, there is a 650-meter stretch of the River Trent that offers fishing opportunities for Barbel, Chub, Bream, Carp, and Pike.

Anglers can enjoy well-spaced pegs along the bank of the lake, providing convenient access to the water. The lake access gate allows for easy entry to the river section, and parking is available behind each peg.

It is important to note that the trees and reeds surrounding the lake should not be pruned or removed by anglers. Only the bailiffs, in consultation with the committee, are responsible for any necessary maintenance or alterations to the vegetation.

For more specific information or inquiries about Windthorpe Pit, it is recommended to contact the relevant authorities or management responsible for the venue.