Brogbourgh Pit Ampthill & District Angling Club is a carp lake based in Lidlington, Central Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. It has a stock of around carp and is 220 Acres in size. The biggest carp is over 35lb+
Brogbourgh lake is a mature clay pit of around 22O acres set in the Marston Vale. The pit was originally dug to extract clay which was used by London Brick back in the early sixties.
The lake was once famous for huge shoals of Rudd and was well known on the British match fishing circuit. Unfortunately these shoals disappeared, but over the last few years large shoals of Roach have been making a come back. After the Rudd disappeared the Bream in the lake became the target for many specimen anglers from all over the country. The lake produced many bream over 15lb and multiple catches of double figured fish were common. Bream are still present and could throw up a real surprise. At the same time some original carp were getting caught with common and
mirror carp over 3Olb gracing the banks.
Over the last decade several re stockings of carp have taken place with fish being sourced from some of the best stocks in the country. These fish are now maturing and some stunning looking fish are making this lake a very exciting prospect for the future. The lake has a night syndicate in operation and places are on a waiting list basis.
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