This mature fishery created from old gravel workings that were completed over twenty years ago. The club acquired the pool seven years ago, during the intervening years the pool and its surroundings had been left to nature, which has now created an attractive fishery. The pool is two acres and has several small islands. The depth varies greatly from peg to peg some areas 3-4ft others 12-15ft. The pool holds perch, roach, rudd, bream (6-7lbs not uncommon) and carp into the high teens as well as a good head tench to 5lb plus.
The pool is situated next to Cullings Pool and access is the same with parking behind most pegs. In partnership with the Environment Agency, as part of their River Trent project the pool is linked to the Trent to create fish spawning areas and refuges during the winter floods. This benefits both the fishing in the pool and the river and has created a good winter fishery when the Trent is carrying extra water.
Above photo kindly sent in by John Bowley. Taken 2007.