Carp Venues in the UK & France
Drive & Survive
Looking for easy access to a lake in north eastern France, not too far from the channel tunnel with plenty big carp, then you've found it here. Lake Albert for Carp Fishing in France!
Just 2.5 hours from Calais on the autoroute, we're an easy drive down the A26/E17. Lake Albert is just off the N31/E46 west of Soissons.
Exlusive use of the lake to groups, ask for details: contact us
Day & Night Fishing
Unlike many lakes we are fully licensed for night fishing, so come and try us for legal night fishing and we do all the paperwork.
Key Features of Lake Albert
Lake Albert only exists for big carp fishing, we're dedicated to sharing our fish with you.
Book a week and get 7 full days and nights fishing
Upto 3 rods each with no permits or licenses required
English owner on-site
English toilet and shower
Etang Lac Albert
Lake Albert is approx. 4.5 acres in size and fed with spring water.
We have stocked the lake with a selection of grass, common and mirror carp ranging from 20lbs through to 40+lbs. We are still trying to catch the existing lake carp stock that has so far evaded us. The lake also contains many other species such as roach and pike.
There are seven swims around the lake,including one double, check back soon when we hope to have a site plan online
Day & Night Fishing
Our English baliffs are always available to assist whether it's landing that big fish or taking the photograph. They can advise on the best spots for the big fish:
Lake Albert only exists for big carp fishing, we're dedicated to sharing our fish with you
E-mail address is: [email protected]
Looking for easy access to a big carp lake in north eastern France, just 2.5 hours from Calais and the channel tunnel, then you've found it here. Lake Albert for day and night Carp Fishing in France!
We're an easy drive down the A26/E17, we're on the N31/E46 just outside Soissons.
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Please be aware that most TomTom units will not use the fastest routes, ensure you stay on the A26 until Laon when you need to get off onto the N2 to Soissons
The access road to the lake is just before the dual carriageway starts by marker post 10 on the N31, follow the track for about 400yards, the entrance to the lake is clearly signposted where the track takes a sharp right.