The two connected spring-fed gravel pits at this fishery offer a diverse and challenging fishing experience. With a mix of silt, gravel bars, and plateaus, the bottom of the pits provides a varied landscape for anglers to explore. The average depth ranges from 3 to 5 feet, with some deeper areas and shallows adding to the complexity of the fishing spots.
Ongoing fishery improvement works have led to the proliferation of weed throughout the pits, creating both challenges and opportunities for anglers. The presence of occasional clear spots amidst the weed can serve as potential hotspots for successful fishing. The fish stock in these pits includes carp, bream, rudd, roach, pike, perch, tench, and eels, providing a diverse range of species for anglers to target.
While carp anglers are the primary users of these waters, the fishery offers rewards for those willing to persevere and tackle the challenges it presents. Marginal shelves and overhanging vegetation add to the angling experience, providing additional features to target and explore.