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Clavering Lake, Bishops Stortford

Clavering Lakes at UK FishermanClavering Lakes consists of a specimen carp lake, a match lake and two silver fish lakes offering superb coarse and carp fishing in Clavering, Essex. Well stocked with crucian, common and mirror carp, roach, perch, tench, rudd and bream, the lakes are situated in a peaceful and attractive area of unspoiled countryside in the village of Clavering, in north west Essex, yet are easily accessible as they are only 25 minutes from both junction 8 of the M11 and the A10.

The Lodge features a decking area which offers a beautiful, peaceful place to sit on a sunny day and enjoy a meal and refreshments whilst watching the action on the Lakes. It also provides a warm and comfortable place to provide shelter in the Winter.

Address: Clavering Farm, Mill Lane, Clavering, Essex CB11 4RL, England, UK
Species: crucian, common and mirror carp, roach, perch, tench, rudd, bream
Tel:  Peter Greenall on 01799 550261
Prices: call venues for latest prices
Website: www.clavering-lakes.co.uk

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