Location in the South East:
Stanwell Road, Horton, Slough, England.
This is a syndicate only water costing £500 per season. Permits valid from 1st June to 31st March
Facilities available to members of the syndicate include an angler’s lodge with cooking facilities, television, refrigerators and freezers and a toilet and shower block is also available.
From junction 14 of the M25 head west towards Datchet and Poyle. Go straight across the first roundabout with the banks of the reservoir to your left. Continue past Coppermill Road on your left and cross over the river bridge. After 50 metres turn left into the fishery through a pair of double gates. Follow the track, cross the hump-back bridge and bear right into the main Horton Complex.
Horton Lakes is an excellent coarse fishing complex of two former gravel pits - the main lake is 14 acres with the boat lake being a further 6 acres. The fishery is stocked with very big carp to 50lb+ making water one of the best carp waters in the United Kingdom. In addition to the carp, Horton Lake holds some really big grass carp as well as big bream, pike and tench. A waiting list is currently in operation for membership of this venue. Contact RMC Angling on 01932 583630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to add your name.
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