The Warren Fishery comprises three very different lakes which can be fished on a day ticket, season ticket or as a member. We also have a fourth lake but this is for members only.

The Main Lake of The Warren is an old, but nicely matured andpicturesque gravel pit. Although approximately 28 acres in size it’snot just one sheer, featureless expanse of water. It’s broken up bynumerous islands, channels, reed beds and little secluded bays.Under the surface there are lots of alluring features too, which arejust crying out to be fished. There are numerous gravel bars,humps & tabletops, big gravel plateaux, deep silt pockets whichthe bloodworm thrive in, and lily pads. The depths range from 2ft to10ft+ in places, depending a lot on water levels and time of year.

The Square Lake – This lake, as the name suggests, is square in shape and about 2 acres in size. It used to be joined to the Main Lake but was separated a few years ago in order to create a lake to hold a large head of Carp. The intention was to create a ‘runs water’. Over the years it has been stocked with the smaller Carp (under 15lb) from the Main Lake and although there are lots of them in there, they are putting on weight. The biggest one in there is around the 29lb mark and there are also quite a few twenties. The average weight of Carp is probably 10 – 12lb, but there are a good head of upper doubles present.

Match Lake – Although this lake is known as the Match Lake it is now designed for pleasure anglers to come down and have a good days’ fishing. The lake is 2.5 to 3 acres in size and has 31 pegged swims, which in the near future are going to be rebuilt to make many of them fully accessible. Most of the swims around the lake have reed cover which holds fish, and it gives a feature to fish to.

The Tench lake is for members only.