Pegs 6 & 7
(Maximum 2 individuals or upto 4 if fishing as a group)
This was the next to be redesigned with the high sandbanks dug out and levelled creating a more roomy accessible area for overnighters and day ticketers. Like the Birdhut stretch this area also benefits from a wooden shelter which has shelves either side for cooking on or rig making. The shelter also has twin USB ports powered by a large solar panel and battery back up. Like all the shelters this also has a night light for added convenience and the area is also chipbarked.
This peg is on the opposite bank to peg 8 and fishes to the same large area of water.
There are islands to fish too as well as open water, snags in the open water and in the right hand corner is a little secluded pool where no one else can fish in.The car park for this peg is situated where the access gate for this bank is.
Stage 2 of Peg 4 is now complete with the 4 available fishing areas for this peg having a significant update fetching them inline with all the other pegs on our lake. The 4 areas now have thier own staging, each of which goes out into the lake and all lower to the waters edge. The pegs now have thier own parking area on the peg itself and is accessed from a gate situated just before the meerkat area. The photos are below of the finished pegs. The first two pegs comprise peg 4 and the second two pegs make peg 4a. Each peg has a choice giving access to different areas of the swim.
Update Oct 2015
A new hut has been built in between pegs 4 and 4a recessed into the sand bank behind the pegs. This now gives the anglers a sheltered area to watch the water from or to cook in or an area for socialising in when the weathers poor so youre not bivvy bound. The shelter has shelves either side for cooking on or rig making and also has twin USB ports powered by a large solar panel and battery back up. Like all the shelters this also has a night light for added convenience