The Warren Fishery

The Main Lake at the Warren is about 19 acres in size, with a depth of two to 10 feet. The lake is stocked with bream, carp, rudd, roach, perch, and pike. There are some catfish, along with a few eels and tench. There are 50 swims on the Main Lake, with a gravel bottom and silt beds to keep things interesting.

Match Lake is about three acres in size and boasts a depth of about four to nine feet. There are 31 pegged swims on this lake. The waters are teeming with the usual suspects, including bream, crucians, roach, rudd, and tench. There are a few eels, chub, and blue orfe as well.

The Square is unsurprisingly a square lake. It’s about one and a half to two acres and ranges to three to nine feet in depth. The Square was once attached to the Main Lake. It was split off to hold a large head of carp, but now smaller carp from the Main Lake are filling the water. Best of all, these fish are gaining some serious weight.