Our Waters

See more about each of out waters below –

Magiscroft has over 150 pegs on seven waters well stocked with Carp and a wide variety of coarse fish species – custom built by coarse anglers for coarse anglers.  Each has it’s own character and at least one is perfect for you!

Main Loch

The Main Loch is the biggest of our waters and has 51 comfortable pegs. Well known for great fishing for larger specimens including Carp to 20lb, Roach, Bream, Tench, Perch, Rudd & Gudgeon. Pike fishing is allowed in selected winter months.

Depths vary around the loch, shallow in the edge, sloping out to between 6ft and 15 ft on a long pole line, down to between 15ft to 18 ft in the middle.

Island Pond

The Island Pond has 30 pegs heavily stocked with a variety of carp up to 10lb. The other fish species are – Ide, Roach, Perch, Rudd, Chub, Tench, Barbel, Bream, Gudgeon.

Depths are relatively uniform from peg to peg gradually shallowing from up to 5ft at the car park end to 3ft at the far end.

Top Pond

The Top Pond is our most accessable pond. It has a comfortable path and pegs all around and can accommodate 20 anglers.  Like the Island Pond this is well stocked with Carp. Bream and Ide are also plentiful and other species include Chub, Roach, Perch and Tench.

Depths are relatively uniform from peg to peg gradually shallowing from up to 5ft at the west end to 3ft at the east end.

Woodside Pond

The Woodside Pond has 23 pegs tucked away in the woods in a sheltered corner of the fishery next to the Island Pond. Like the Island Pond this is well stocked with Carp. Bream and Ide are also plentiful and other species include Chub, Roach, Perch and Tench.

Depths are similar to the Island Pond.

Birch Ponds

The Birch Ponds are two shallower secluded ponds in the Birch trees on the North side of the fishery, full of Carp and mixed species like the other ponds. The biggest has 12 pegs including 5 double pegs ideal for “dads ‘n lads” or anybody else who likes to sit together. The smaller pond has 5 double pegs.

Railway Pond

The Railway Pond is secluded water in a peaceful corner of the site with 10 pegs and gives some great fishing for Carp and a variety of species but is best known for big Tench. 

Pegs around the Island are shallower from 3ft to 4ft and there is a deeper area in the middle of the pond to 8ft.

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