Mid Kent Fisheries - Littleton North
Staines - Littleton North
This lake is different as chalk and cheese to Littleton South although the two lakes are joined. This lake is slowly being backfilled therefore the colour of the water is very sandy. It again holds some very big specimen fish of all species. Many Carp to mid 30�s I am told but location is harder. We share this lake with the water ski club.
This lake is different as chalk and cheese although the two lakes are joined. This lake is slowly being backfilled therefore the colour of the water is very sandy. It again holds some very big specimen fish of all species. Many Carp to mid 30�s I am told but location is harder. We share this lake with the water ski club.
DO NOT FISH IN SKI LANES CLEARLY MARKED WHEN SKIING IS TAKING PLACE. YOU WILL BE POLITE AT ALL TIMES TO SKIERS, ANY ABUSE AND YOU WILL BE EXPELLED.
You may drive your car along river bank to boundary clearly defined. Be thoughtful to other anglers who may be fishing that bank. Parking in the quarry is restricted to the car park just past the office, this is the only place which you may park, and you may need a barrow. Abuse this parking or leave any gates that were locked unlocked and you will lose your membership.
Littleton North is located south of Staines close to Laleham and adjacent to the river Thames on its west bank. the pit is still being worked and back filled at the same time from the North side and will eventually disappear completely from the map.
It is at best an unpredictable venue, full of massive Bream shoals with fish into double figures, Large Roach and Tench are also common. There are also some very large Carp but they are difficult to trace and catch. The pit is equally balanced as to fishing areas and there are no particular hotspots unless you make your own with a pre-baiting programme.
The only access to the lakes is via the Thames side of the lakes.
There is no access through the works on the North lake and there's no access to the south lake via Littleton Lane.
As part of our ongoing plan to provide an excellent service as well as creating fantastic waters throughout the south east we at Mid Kent Fisheries are pleased to announce that we now have on board kevin Durman, a licensed Angling trust coach.
Source: mkf, Date and Time of entry: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 16:39
Newsletter for 2013 now available
The good news is there will be no increase in membership fees this year and we have actually reduced the fee for juniors across the tiers.
Source: mkf, Date and Time of entry: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 09:52
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access to this and all Mid Kent Fisheries sites is strictly
by appointment only.
All our venues
apart from Match Lake are
only available to members. Please check with our office
for the availability of day tickets for Match Lake
Our fishing sites
are on private land and often shared with other amenities
or industrial areas such as working quarries. Requests
for permission to access to view these sites should
be made to the fisheries manager Chris Logsdon.