Bonne Peche

The lake dates back as far as 1785. It is also referenced in the first napoleonic cadastral plans in 1810, and is registered as Etang de Seuil, which is the little village it is located in. As a result of its age, the lake is settled in 8 acres of mature woodland of oak and pine and natural meadow. The lake itself is 8 acres and has a deep rich mahogany colour because of its maturity, meaning that the fish that live in it take on a dark reddish brown colour.

The lake was stocked in November 2016 with 20’s and 30’s which have had over a year to settle in while being fed on a regular basis with boilies and pellets.

On site we have English toilet and shower facilitates.

Pricing starts from £250 for drive and survive with food packages including breakfast and evening meal at £130pp.

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