Glehias

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  • Gléhias is set in the heart of the beautiful Bretagne countryside and offers superb French carp fishing in tranquillity and seclusion. Made up of two spring-fed lakes, you book both lakes as a complex.

    Gléhias also offers a unique experience in the form of a Floating Cabin housing the lake facilities; toilet, kitchenette and diner with seating that can convert into a sleeping area for two.

    With the addition of lovely farmhouse accommodation, this is definitely a venue where you could take the whole family and relax knowing that they’ll be happy while you enjoy some fabulous carp fishing.

    The Specimen Lake Lauren is 3.2 acres in size and is home to carp up to over 45lb and catfish up to 65lb. The 2014 season sees the addition of the Coarse Lake William, which is slightly bigger than its sister lake at 3.6 acres and contains carp up to around 20lb. The two lakes give a combined total of 6.8 acres of water to fish.

    There is a complimentary continental breakfast provided each morning consisting of coffee & croissants.

    The Specimen Lake (Lake Lauren)

    Lake Lauren sits adjacent to a small forest and is set in a 10 acre protected plot attracting a variety of rare and beautiful wildlife, including eagles, owls, kingfishers and the occasional red squirrel.

    At 3.2 acres in size, it varies in depth from 0.6m to 2.4m, and is lined with irises, bulrushes, foxgloves and overhanging trees and shrubs. Gorgeous surroundings to enjoy superb French carp fishing.

    There’s ample room for 4 anglers and their bivvies on two of the grassy banks, with the other two banks being overgrown with trees, gorse and reeds giving excellent features to fish to.

    The Coarse Lake (Lake William)

    The 2014 season saw the opening of the coarse lake ‘Lake William’. Lake William is set adjacent to, and at 3.6 acres is slightly bigger than, its sister lake. The lake is almost triangular in shape and is fishable from two banks, lined with overhanging trees, gorse, bulrushes, irises, foxgloves, etc. The remaining side banks onto a small forest from which the spring that feeds the lakes originates. The coves along this bank make for great holding areas for the fish.

    ‘Goose Island’ is about a third of the way up from the point of the lake and measures around 8m by 3m and stands in about 1m of water. It has 2 bays on the front edge and each of these have a gully dug down to 1.2m in front of them.

    The Floating Cabin that houses the facilities – toilet, kitchenette/diner with seating that can convert to a sleeping area for two – can be accessed via a wooden pontoon bridge from ‘Lagoon Walk’.

    The lake complex is fenced and gated with a combination lock. The two lakes are only meters apart.

  • Venue Information

    Lakesize (in acres): 3
    Max Number of Anglers : 4
    Number of Swims : 9
    Stock: 100 – 149
    Average Weight: 25lb–29lb
    Fish Stocked:
    • Mirror Carp
    • Common Carp
    • Grass Carp
    • Koi Carp
    • Wels Catfish
    • Bream
    • Tench
    Nuisance Species Present : Unknown

    Records Weights

    Mirror Carp.: 40lb+
    Common Carp.: 40lb+
    Grass Carp.: 25lb+
    Wels Catfish.: 75lb+

    Facilities

    Facilities Available:
    • Hot Showers
    • Electricity (mains)
    • Flush Toilets
    • Drinking Water
    • Fridge
    • Freezer
    • Bait Freezer
    • Secure Parking
    • Accommodation
    Are bait boats allowed?: Yes
    Are Rowing Boats Allowed?: No

    Booking Options

    Packages Available:
    • Drive & Survive
    • Exclusive Package

    Other

    Are Dogs Allowed?: No
    Are Local Fishing Permits Required?: No
    Can I book Non-Anglers?: Yes
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