The smallest of the three lakes and has depths from 6-8 feet. The bank next to the carrier has long been a favourite, especially in the summer when fish take advantage of the shade from a line of giant lime trees. It is also a good place for the novice angler to have a go as there is plenty of space for the back cast.
The largest of the lakes and has depths of 4 feet at the bottom end while the top end has deeper holes at 12-13 feet. Even in the summer the tree cover is open enough to allow the prevailing winds to ruffle the water’s surface making for good top-of-the-water Buzzer fishing. The lake also has a lot of open bank space allowing for easy casting.
Very picturesque with depths at the bottom end of 15 feet and shallows at 4-6 feet at the top. Most of the banks are heavily wooded with alder which makes this a much more challenging lake, but it does create excellent ambush positions for the stalking angler. In many cases there is only room for a catapult cast which can make for difficult fishing, but it is worth it as the big fish can often be found lying in the shade canopy of the wooded banks.