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   Old Thread  #2 2 Aug 2020 at 8.19pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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We went there a couple of years back. Nice little lake with a nice sized lodge that housed the shower and toilet as well. From memory we had carp in the high thirties, I wouldnít say it was hard going but it wasnít a runs water either. Most of the fish seemed to come from the far side up the channel between the island and bank. Thereís a map in the lodge that shows what water belongs to each swim, which is handy. Canít remember the owners name but he was a real nice guy, in fact he went back to the UK after a couple of days and left us to it which suits us fine. Socially it was one of our best trips because it was a short walk to the lodge from the swims. Thereís a platform at the lakeside you can eat from but we didnít bother due to the mozzies. You have to take all your rubbish with you at the end of the week and we struggled to get it in the car, we stopped off at a service station on the way back and put the rubbish in their bins. If youíre looking to get a way for a week to catch a few fish and have a bit of a social, itís ideal.
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   Old Thread  #1 29 Jul 2020 at 9.05pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Has anyone fished this lake in France? If so any review?

Looking for a place to fish for next summer max 3 hours drive from the ferry ports.
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