Cold temperatures and short days have kept visiting numbers low at Witton Castle Lakes through the month of January. Although a number of hardy souls have braved the fresh conditions to enjoy their sport – and in the main those anglers have not been local regulars but have travelled from further afield to try their hand on new waters.
Some clarification for those of you who may have questions regarding the largest of the 4 lakes here at Witton Castle Lakes:
The big lake is now under the ownership of the Shorewood Leisure Group and will be used for coarse fishing only. This new coarse lake is ONLY for the use of RESIDENTS of the Shorewood Leisure group caravan park at Witton Castle and other Shorewood sites.
We apologise for any previous confusion caused and hope this clears things up a little better.
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Weekend opening has proved popular with those anglers wishing to continue their fishing over the winter months. Witton Castle Lakes has continued to fish well over the last few weeks and has regularly returned very healthy rod averages of between 5 and 6.