|OS Map Reference:
|SU 82122 61332
|Mature Gravel Pit
|General & Match Water
Head Bailiff: Jon Hyatt
Deputy Bailiff: Kevin Winters
Local Police: 101
Carp to 30lb
Tench to 9lb
Bream to 10lb
Roach to 2lb
Pike to 20lb
At 2.2 acres Horseshoe Lake is apparently best known for its stocks of large Bream, which are historically most likely to have made their way there from adjacent lakes.
Horseshoe Lake will respond well to the normal small species tactics and most anglers will catch well on the pole or waggler.
|No Records Caught From This Venue Yet!
Just off Fry’s Lane, Yateley, Hampshire
Access at the current time will be via South Lake. From the car park, walk along the path by the houses and you will need to open both sets of gates (which MUST be locked after use), either side of the public footpath. You will find that the Tree Lake is directly in front of you, Pumphouse Lake lies to your left and Horseshoe Lake lies at the far end.
From the M3, exit the M3 at Junction 4a, signposted, Farnborough. Bear left, following the signs toward Yateley / Reading. Proceed straight on for approximately two miles passing the Royal Engineers Gibraltar Barracks and shortly after the barracks turn right at the roundabout and go straight across at the next roundabout. Follow the road for approximately one mile through Cricket Hill into Yateley itself. Turn left at the roundabout at the end of the road on to the B3272 and, after 100 metres, turn right into Sandhurst Road.
Drive past Weybridge Mead on your left and the gate immediately on the left is the entrance to the South Complex leading to South Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Pumphouse Lake and Tree Lake.
Take the footpath on the house bank towards the gates (key required) that cross the footpath to Horseshoe, Pumphouse and Tree Lake. The gates must be locked after use.
No parking on the Sandhurst Road / Yateley Road is permitted and anyone found to have parked on the verge will face disciplinary action. Please ensure that all gates are locked and secure before you leave the fishery.