Steeple Langford Lakes

Steeple Langford Lakes in Wiltshire offers an intriguing fishing experience with its two connected gravel pits fed by springs.

The pits have varied bottom structures, ranging in depth from 3 to 5 feet, creating a challenging yet rewarding environment for anglers.

The presence of diverse fish species including carp, bream, pike, and more adds to the appeal of this fishery.

Steeple Langford Lakes

Steeple Langford Lakes, Steeple Langford, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 6AB, United Kingdom

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About Steeple Langford Lakes

Steeple Langford Lakes in Wiltshire is a fishing spot with two connected gravel pits that are fed by springs. The bottom of the pits has a mix of silt, gravel bars, and plateaus, making it interesting for anglers. The depth of the pits ranges from 3 to 5 feet, with some deeper areas and shallow spots.

There is ongoing work to improve the fishery, and as a result, there is a lot of weed in the pits. This can make fishing challenging, but also provides opportunities. There are clear spots among the weed that can be great for catching fish. The pits are home to carp, bream, rudd, roach, pike, perch, tench, and eels, so there are plenty of different types of fish to catch.

While carp fishing is popular here, there are opportunities for all anglers to enjoy. There are marginal shelves and overhanging vegetation that add to the fishing experience. This makes the pits a diverse and interesting place to fish.