Viaduct Fishery
Waters and Stocks
Spring (1-27) and Middle (28-38)  The orginal coarse lakes, joined by connecting gullies, with plenty of features. Large willow cover island, lillybeds and over hanging trees. This could be described as our specimen lakes, as they contain numerous carp in excess of twenty pounds in weight. These lakes also have an impressive head of silverfish especially bream, skimmers and perch. These provide incredible winter catches when the carp sport slows down.
Match Lake (39-52) Match Lake provides busy sport due to it's large head of medium sized carp and F1's that always seem willing to feed. Casting tight to the large central island will provide plenty of action; but don't ignore the corners. These reeded margins can be stacked with fish! Other than carp there is a good head of quality bream, tench, roach and perch.
Lodge Lake (53-73) Lodge Lake is situated just in front of the club house. It's great for a short walk and handy for a pie or a cuppa. Carp wise, they run from two to twenty two pounds so an interesting mix. The willow hung corners always hold plenty of fish during the summer and winter. The wider central area is also a worthwhile 'hot spot' for silver fish.
Cary Lake (74-109) Cary is our most popular lake due to it's huge head of fit, hardfighting double figured carp; the best touching twenty four pounds. If tench are to your liking then head to 'Scary Cary'. The match men catch nets to eighty pounds of the large olive coloured creatures, ranging from one to five pounds in weight. This lake is also renowned for it's big perch, the best 'stripy' recorded weighed 3 pound 15 ounces! Both the tench and perch love casters presented close to the many marginal features. 
Campbell Lake (No Pleasure Fishing, Bookings Only) (110-136) Campbell is a match only water full of four to eight pound mirrors and commons. It has produced hunderds of ton plus match weights, it isn’t rare to see weights up to 300lb plus. Silver fish stocks are similar to Cary with quality perch, tench and bream. This is a pellet dominated water with paste baits being very productive during the warmer months. Caster and worm appears 'tops' for the silvers.