Rushes Lake is 10 acres in size and is situated in over 17 acres of breath taking scenery. The backdrop to the lake is truly spectacular, with rolling farmland on one side of the lake and woods on the other. We like to keep the lake looking as natural as possible and allow the rushes & reeds to grow in the margins to about 4ft during the summer, thus giving each swim a feeling of seclusion. We have 6 swims available on the lake and stalking areas in the shallows. All the swims are very generous in size due to the banks being flat and very wide giving you plenty of space.

Lake Map

We do restrict the numbers of anglers on the lake, as we do not want to cram our anglers in, we allow 5 anglers from April-September & 4 in October.
We close the lake from November to March to rest the fish.
With the restriction on numbers there is plenty of room to move around the lake. Each swim can offer the angler plenty of water to fish with both margins and open water. The lake has varying depths, from 2ft in the shallows up to 6ft at the dam wall and is relatively snag free. The bottom is made up of gravel and clay with large areas of silt.

It is usual ( in a mixed booking) that 3 anglers fish BlueCamp - Archies & Stumps.
Whilst the group of 2 fish Goffees & Beatties.

Bin There is a bit of a muddy trek early season but is a really productive swim
for a spot of ‘days only’ action.

All anglers are provided with cradles and weighslings FOC.

Linden 46.02 April 2013