Creedy Lakes is temporarily closed due to spawning. We plan to reopen on Thursday 22nd June. You can still book sessions from Thursday 22nd June using the Catch app. All existing bookings can be rebooked by contacting us or Catch. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Set in peaceful, picturesque surroundings, these two 18th century spring-fed waters offer some of the hardest fighting carp fishing in Devon. Abundantly stocked with immaculate commons (to over 36lbs), mirror and koi carp, together with green and golden tench, make it one of the best big fish day and night ticket water venues in the Southwest. Many anglers confidently travel quite some distance regularly to visit us. *Night fishing new since April’21
THE MAIN LAKE
The Main Lake (4.5 acres) is predominantly stocked with larger, common carp it provides a challenging, mature venue for the more experienced angler. BK guide—moderately difficult venue
The lake common record stands at 36lbs amidst an excellent stock of 20 pounders, mid-upper double figure carp with a sprinkling of 30 pounders. There are some plump tench to over 7lbs 8oz and also golden tench, There are also a few eels to 8lbs. The water is triangular in shape with water depths ranging from 3ft —11/12ft at the weir/outflow beside the old boathouse. Two corner islands plus a larger central island with overhanging willow and shrubs. First swim of right hand bank is priority wheelchair users and can be booked in advance by telephone. Fine gravel level path access all around the main lake with established shrub/tree screening between swims.
THE TOP LAKE
THE TOP LAKE IS CLOSED FOR 2023
Top Lake (2 acres) is an excellent venue for the less experienced angler, well stocked with smaller fish. Predominantly common plus a few mirror carp, a large portion of the stock are single and low double figure specimens. There are some upper doubles but majority of the stock are low to mid double figures. This water is oval in shape with a central island, a gravel bar in the deeper section and lily pad area towards the shallower water depths.