The owner being a passionate carp angler, he has laid out his lake perfectly. Incredible care has been taken not only with stocking but also with all the little details that make a lake great. The 7-acre lake is named after the pair of black swans that live there.
It is an old gravel-pit that was rarely fished in the past. The bottom consists of gravel and sand. The maximum depth is between 3.2 and 3.5 metres. There are 3 swims, each with a pontoon to catch and release the fish safely.
1. Kingfisher swim
On this swim you can fish both corners of the lake. The water is deepest in the left corner on the other side. Besides the corners, the long sides are also very good for fishing. You can set up your bivvy and park your car safely.
2. Tawny Owl swim
This swim is located at the end of a small peninsula. From here, you can easily fish the middle of the lake.
There is a shallower plateau on the left side of the swim. On the other side, the water reaches its deepest point at 3.2 metres. There is space for your bivvy and car, and a covered picnic area is also available.
3. Osprey swim
This swim is located at the head of the lake, on the beach in front of the chalet. This area has a general view of the well. This swim offers an ideal setting for solo or duo fishing. In the left corner, there is an overhanging willow tree under which the carp rest. To the right is a newly-planted, water-lily field.