This is the second largest of the lakes at just under two acres. It is an old estate lake that has been attractively landscaped. An ‘island’ in the centre of the lake enables cruising fish to be covered without a long cast.
This lake is the deepest of all the lakes and fishes consistently well throughout the season. During the winter the lake was partly drained and left fallow to allow the frost to kill the marginal pondweed.
The deepest part of the lake is along the centre of the dam. The trout are free rising and sport on the dry fly can be very good. There is usually a good hatch of Mayfly. It is a rainbow only water.
Great Springs is close to the fishing lodge. There is easy access to the lake from the lodge and ample parking.