SURPRISES TO BE HAD AT PEATLING
Huge perch and roach, stillwater chub and even barbel can be caught now the carp are less active
SOME fisheries have their own secrets – be it a particular lake with a monster-sized fish, a certain species that resides there, or a swim that always seems to produce a huge weight.
One such venue that offers a mixture of all of these things is Lutterworth’s Peatling Pools, and now is the perfect time to fish it.
This three-lake pleasure complex holds big shoals of stillwater chub, predatory perch to 5lb, specimen roach over 2lb, as well as a number of big barbel to keep you occupied.
Throughout the summer anglers target the resident carp and F1 shoals but it’s during the autumn when the fishery really comes alive, with big mixed nets a real possibility.
If you want to discover the secrets of Peatling Pools, pay attention to our exclusive overview of the fishery as we reveal where you can find each species and the tactics used to catch them.
The waggler will catch a variety of silvers.
Stillwater chub are a feature of Peatling Pools.