redlands

 
Situated near Whistley Green, Twyford, Redlands is owned by the society. This lake is a general fishery with large shoals of bream, good stocks of roach, rudd, tench, perch, pike and a good head of carp. Redlands has swims to cater for disabled anglers.

There is also a small stretch of the river Loddon, running alongside the lake which produces varied bags of barbell, chub, roach and dace.

 Redlands is just over 8 acres with 40 swims and is owned by the Society. This lake is our general fishery with matches being held throughout the season. There are large shoals of bream to over 8lb, plus good stocks of roach, rudd, tench, perch and pike. Last season the lake produced several large tench with the biggest weighing 9lb 4oz.

The lake is also stocked with carp, the lake record being a heavily scaled mirror of 36lb. There are several upper 20lb original fish including 2 commons of 28lb. These original fish are supported by a quantity of fast growing "Fishers Pond" mirrors. The majority of these were stocked in 2001 at just over 6lb and several of them are now over 20lb and the best last season was reported at 25lb 4ozs.

Finally, for those of you that like a spot of river fishing there is the backwater of the river Loddon running alongside the lake. This can throw up surprising catches at times, with barbell reported at 8lb 12ozs, chub to over 5lb and good bags of roach and dace.

At Redlands there are a number of swims that have been prepared to cater for disabled.