Welcome To Stone Arch Fisheries Website.
Welcome to the members website for Stone Arch Fisheries. Stoney lakes is made up of 3 lakes and pool.
Ashton is a well established 4 acre lake with marginal rushes, and one island, with a good stock of quality young fish that were stocked in 2007 and are now reaching good weights.The lake was originally dug from an old brook that had a stone arched bridge passing over it. When the area was flooded the bridge was left and still remains in tacked at the bottom of the lake making a very unusual feature.
Stone Arch pool is an old irrigation pool of 2 acres with depths of 14ft.The lake was originally dug in the early 70s using thousands off tonnes of gravel to build the final base. The fish were stocked into the lake in 2006 and it is now producing carp to just under 30lb.
These two lakes are available on a single ticket and offer the chance to fish for qaulity English carp.
Walcot lake is the newest water and is a real gem of the Shropshire countryside.
Situated on the Walcot Hall Estate, the lake was dug by prisoners of war in the 1700s.The lake has been run as a mixed fishery for many years and held old english carp for some time. in 2011 the control of the carp fishing was taken over by stone arch fisheries and will be available to fish in 2012. The lake has had a face lift for 2011 and is looking fresh and as it once was.
New swims have been put in place, and fresh stock of carp have been introduced.
The water is around 12 acres in size and will offer well appointed swims, giving anglers the chance to fish for our fresh stocks of carp along with some of the original estate fish.
Along with the carp the lake holds double figure tench and bream as well as some good quality pike
Rob Morris also helped set up Bicton Specimen Angling Club.
For more details follow link www.bictonspecimenanglingclub.co.uk