Yateley Sandhurst Lake is a carp lake based in Sandhurst, Bracknell Forest, United Kingdom. It has a stock of around carp and is 14 Acres in size. The biggest carp is over 44lb+
The Yateley complex is world renowned for it’s famous carp and the well know anglers that have trodden the banks in pursuit of the fish that reside in these picturesque lakes. Situated on the eastern side of the Yateley complex you’ll find Sandhurst lake, this beautiful gravel pit is steeped in carp fishing history and holds the fantastic reputation of producing some of the best carp angling in the UK. You’ll find the lake nestled amongst mature wooded banks with private purpose built swims offering protection from the elements, and each with its own aesthetically pleasing outlook onto the lake.
The lake is 14 acres in size and is relatively shallow with depths ranging from 2 to 10ft with an average depth of 5ft. There is one island from which fishing is permitted, and numerous gravel bars and features that can be easily located from a choice of 31 swims. Very few day ticket waters give you the chance of a 40lb + carp but the Sandhurst venue record currently stands at 45lb with at least 10 other fish breaking the magical 40 barrier. It’s no surprise that Yateley Sandhurst has been attracting anglers from across the country for many years and will hopefully continue for years to come.