Kingfisher Lake (Reydon Pit 2), exclusive to members only, is a deep water lake characterized by its average depths of over 10 feet, reaching a maximum depth of 20 feet. The lake has a long rectangular shape, and its 13 pegs are positioned along one short side and one long side. Access to the other banks is strictly prohibited due to the steep and unstable banks that drop straight into deep water.
Kingfisher Lake offers a diverse range of species, making it an attractive fishing spot. While it is considered challenging, it is home to the Society’s largest carp. Anglers can target mirror and common carp weighing up to 30lb or more, as well as tench up to 9lb, bream up to 7lb, perch up to 3lb, and other species including roach, rudd, gudgeon. There is also the possibility of catching an eel or an ide.
Near the entrance of the lake, there is a unisex toilet facility available for anglers’ convenience. It is important for anglers to keep the gate closed and locked to maintain the integrity of the otter fence and prevent unauthorized access. Additionally, juniors must be accompanied while fishing on this lake.
Kingfisher Lake (Reydon Pit 2) offers a unique fishing experience with its deep waters and diverse fish population, providing members of the Society with exciting angling opportunities.