Gaywoods Fishery is a manmade located in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. Interestingly, the ballast which was taken out of the lake was used in the construction of the M25, so who knows how many times you may have driven over it! All you historians will therefore know that the lake was constructed in the early 80s. The water is around 4.5 acres in size, with average depths of 12ft – there are areas where this increases to 35ft, so depending on the time of year you may or may not want to fish the deeper water.
The water is stocked with a very wide range of species, so should cater for most anglers needs. During the colder months, if the carp aren’t feeding there are plenty of silverfish to target. Onsite there is ample car parking with CCTV, toilets and a snack cafe serving hot and cold food.
Main Species at Gaywoods Fishery
Rules and Restrictions
- Strictly barbless hooks only (no crushed or micro barbs)
- No trout, salmon, halibut, marine or any other oily pellets. Carp pellets only
- Boilies on a hook or stringer, not in PVA bags or out loose
- No floating baits or floating loose feed what so ever
- No bagging waggler floats
- No Tiger Nuts
- Every angler must have there own landing net and unhooking mat
- Landing nets and mats must be used at all times
- All nets, mats weigh slings must be dipped
- No braid or lead core
- No keepnets or sacks
- No live baiting or spinning
Find out more information
Telephone: 07778 030939
Address: Station Footpath, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, WD4 8DZ.
Sat Nav Postcode: WD4 8DZ