Elphicks has been designed and built with the modern angler in mind. We have 5 lakes available for day ticket and session fishing including; 2 specimen Carp and Catfish waters, 2 ‘mixed fish’ runs waters and a dedicated ‘non-Carp’ species lake. Each lake has its own parking within easy reach of the swims and all swims are ‘all weather’ – either built of Astroturf or stone. Please contact the Fishery for further information on any of our lakes. A great testing ground for your baits and rigs. The North Lake in particular holds some crackers to 44lb. Well worth a go! Review on CarpGods website Elphicks Fisheries Facilities
Elphicks provides excellent facilities for its guests. The Fishery Lodge carries drinks, snacks and sweets as well as being well stocked with a huge range of the latest bait and terminal tackle including products from: Solar, Dynamite Baits, Carp ‘r’ Us, Sensas, kamasan and many more… for more information on the brands stocked, see the manufacturers’ website listings on the links page.
We accept cash, cheques (supported by relevant banker’s card) and all major credit and debit cards (minimum transaction values apply). Gift vouchers are also available from the Lodge.
Ladies, Gents and Disabled toilet facilities are provided within the Lodge building and are open from 7am daily. There is also a shower for our overnight guests (toiletries/towels are not provided). Porta loos serve every lake out of hours for your convenience, these are professionally cleaned weekly.
Net dips and lots of refuse bins are provided on every lake so you don’t have to take your rubbish home with you – please use them!
The Lodge and several areas of the lakes have been designed with the disabled angler in mind. The building has a shallow access ramp, extra wide doors with no sills and a fully fitted disabled toilet. Several of the lakes have hard ramps and level all-weather swims to facilitate the use of wheel chairs.
A tackle delivery service can be arranged at the Lodge for disabled anglers. (Please note: whilst every effort is made, not all areas of the lakes are wheelchair accessible.)