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Muirbeck is a newly created specimen water, this is a result of the joining of 2 well-established lakes. Available for night fishing.
Another of our more popular pleasure / match lakes
Similarly to Queensberry – open to pleasure fishing Mon – Sat – often closed for matches on Sundays
Well suited for rod and pole fishing, similar methods to Queensberry Water as the two are linked together via two culvert bridges.
Often used in Broom series, festival weekends and open matches.
Canal is predominantly a pleasure fishing water but occasionally matches are held on this water.
Opened June 2018
A new lake which is located behind Wallace’s, with the ability to park very close to your peg. Suited to pleasure anglers looking to catch a lot of fish.
Best methods – suited for both rod & pole fishing, maggot, worm, corn, pellet, meat & boilies.
A very popular water, for both pleasure and match fishing.
Queensberry water is open for pleasure fishing Mon – Sat, but is generally closed on Sundays for match fishing, which has become increasingly popular. On rare occasions on Saturdays club matches are booked on it also.
An excellent water for all types of fishing on rod/pole.
Method & cage feeder with pellet, corn and maggot all work well. Waggler float fishing shallow with pellet/maggot can be very good during the warmer months.
Best methods – chopped worm & caster, maggot, pellet and sweetcorn.
The current match record stands at 88lbs, with weights regularly recorded between 50 & 60 lbs on match days.
Enquiries are always advisable with regards to weekends, although Saturdays are generally free.
Opened 1st May 2019
Piggys is predominantly a pleasure fishing water.
Best methods – pole fished maggott for huge nets of Rudd, feeder for carp close to the islands.
Opened in 2016
Fully stocked with small mirror Carp, Ide, Skimmers, Roach and Perch, with a handful of large Carp up to 16lbs.
Wallace is a “match only” water, due to increasing demand on match days, and to occasionally free-up one of the other match waters on Sundays for pleasure fishing.
Wallace water is the proud current holder of the Scottish Match Fishing Record, which now stands at 128lb 6oz and is held by Mr Ian Whitson from Motherwell, Scotland.