North House Lake - Wyboston, Bedfordshire
NORTH HOUSE IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO BLUE GREEN ALGAE - NEXT REVIEW 21/6/20
Although referred to by the owners as Brawns Farm Lake, the club has always called it North House Lake, the Club has had fishing rights on North House since 1972.
The Lake is Four Acres and is Triangular in shape and aligns North to South. It has good marginal weed growth and many willows separate approximately 25 individual swims. the depth of North House Lake varies from 1 - 3 metres.
At one time the lake was one of the finest Crucian carp lakes in the area but by the late 1980's the Crucians were in decline, thought to be a result of unauthorised introduction of pike to the lake. Nevertheless, the bream, carp and tench stocks have flourished along with an increasing silver fish population.
In 1994/95 several hundred carp to 4lb were introduced to the lake to compliment the originals and these have flourished and help to keep weed under control. Once fish have been located and hooked they are usually nice specimen fish. In Addition to Carp to 35lb, Bream have been caught to double figures, and Tench average 4-5lb, Eels are also present with specimens of over 5lb being taken. North House Lake is open all year, In October 2017 we stocked the lake with 21 stunning C3 mirror carp which are known grow on very quickly we look forward to seeing caught in years to come. Pictures of the fish stocked can be seen here
Bait Boats are no longer allowed at North House Lake!
Night fishing is allowed providing a Night Permit is obtained from the Night Bookings Officer at least 24 hours in advance. Two Night stays are permitted, Two nights are allowed between Sunday and Thursday and should be booked via the Night Bookings Officer in the usual way (contact details in the membership book). Friday, Saturday nights are single night bookings only
Barbless or Micro Barbed Hooks Only at North House Lake
This venue is located within the Wyboston Lakes Leisure complex.
Parking close to the lake
Toilet on Site (bring your own paper)
Aerial Drone Video of the lake