Blackland Lakes is situated in Wiltshire, in beautiful countryside close to the Marlborough Downs - secure, well away from busy main roads, secluded and generally peaceful.
The 15 acres comprise 7 small tree lined paddocks and three small lakes, two for coarse fishing and one as a nature reserve for wildfowl. There are 180 pitches for Caravans and Tents, 130 with electricity and 15 "Superpitches" with all main services.
The coarse fishery at Blackland Lakes is comprised of two Lakes; the larger Heron Lake is approximately 1 acre with depths ranging from 4 to 12 feet. The second is Stans Lake over half an acre with depths from 4 to 9 feet. The later one was named after Stan Haines who constructed them in 1983 with his massive dragline excavator. The Chalky water has proved to be ideal for fish and they are in excellent condition. Both Lakes are well stocked and contain Mirror carp up to 27 lbs, Tench to 4 lb, Roach to 2. 5lb Perch to 3lb Bream to 9lb, Crucian Carp to 3lb, Rudd and Gudgeon. Additional stocking was carried out in 2012.
Day & Night fishing is available at Blackland Lakes
Here are the Fisheries nearby Blackland Lakes Fishing Breaks - Calne.
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