CARBIS LAKE Slideshow
Carbis Lake offers a multitude of casting points from all sides. The Southern bank starts from the car park, here you will find a grass area and picnic bench which is sheltered by mature trees, a good place to prepare your equipment and swap stories with fellow anglers over a cup of tea. Casting points vary along this bank, including a jetty jutting out towards the island at the west end of the lake. Past this and the purpose built island plays a big part affording shelter from the stronger winds. You are now drawn into a normally protected bay with good depth of water right up to the bank with many takes litterally almost at you feet with the trout following your fly. Moving on around to the Northern bank a long grass covered strip of land divides the two main lakes where good access gives plenty of oportunity to double haul and let the line fly as far as you can. At the far end coming back to the car park backed by mature conifers, a tight cast into sheltered water often pulls in the marauding rainbows searching for their meals. Catch to kill only, no catch & release on Carbis




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