Created in 1812 this truly magnificent Weston Park lake was designed by Capability Brown. In 1999 RH fisheries took control of the lake and the spectacular boathouse, which is located on the fishery.
The lake is fished by a syndicate, with well-known anglers such as Matt Hayes, Chris Tarrant and Des Taylor all visitors to Weston.
There are 15 swims well spread around the lake, all finished with bark chippings to keep the swims clean, these are pinned with tree trunks to ensure they look natural. The average depth is approximately 3ft with a maximum depth of 6ft near the outlet.
The lake holds 250 large fish, of which 150+ are over 20lbs with an average weight of 24lbs, there is a big head of upper 20's and many 30's! The two best fish this season were commons weighing 43-05lbs and 40-02lbs. There are approximately 60% mirrors and 40% commons, with the best mirror to date of 38-15lbs. Weston is a water that is progressing fast, It is common for anglers to catch over ten fish in a 24 hour session.