Damsel and Dragon Pools

Damsel Pool


The main species in Damsel Pool are tench, roach, bream, perch, gudgeon and a strong head of carp around 4lb - 5lb.

The Damsel Pool has 23 Pegs.

This is a great pool for the beginner and serious anglers alike and is also available for private matches.

The 5 hour match record for Damsel Pool stands at 281lb caught by Martin Richards (July 2014) off peg 16.

Damsel Pool is about 1.4 acres in size with twenty three pegs; several pegs are designed for disabled anglers.

There is adjacent car parking to the disabled pegs. The pool has an island and the water depth graduates from approximately three feet to five feet.

Dragon Pool


The main species in Dragon are carp, tench, roach and bream. Carp averaging 7lb - 9lb with a strong head of 10lb plus fish being caught. Some big bream and tench are often caught in excess of 5lb.

The Dragon Pool currently has 21 Pegs.

In April 2010, Dragon Pool under went a stocking programme to introduce match size carp of 1lb to 1.5lb. The aim being to stock the pool similar to that of Damsel Pool. In December 2012 a further 750 bream were put into dragon pool.

To date there have been several club matches with some consistent results. The 5 hour match record for Dragon Pool stands at 173lb caught by Dave Pratt off peg 18 (August 2014).

The pool hosts a Submerged island and has a depth which varies from three feet to approximately seven feet.