Petersfinger Lakes is a fishery that ensures the safety of its fish population with a complete 360 fence topped with electric wiring to deter otters and prevent fish from escaping during floods. The lakes boast a diverse range of fish species, including Carp, Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Pike, and Eels.
The first lake at the fishery is called Hands Lake. It features varying depths, starting at 3 feet near the car park and deepening to 10 feet at the far end. The lake is adorned with several islands that provide shelter for fish, accompanied by overhanging trees that create ideal angling spots. Additionally, an artificial “floating island” has been installed to reduce nitrates, contributing to the overall ecological balance of the lake. The presence of lilies adds natural beauty and further enhances the fish habitat in the lake.