Lake Beauregard is in the Champagne Region of France, an easy 3.5 hour drive from Calais.
The nearest town is Vitry le Francois with supermarkets etc, a 10 minute drive from the lake.
The lake is 10 acres with lots of features, deep margins and small islands, with depths ranging from 3ft-8ft.
The lake has 13 swims with plenty of room to move around and areas for stalking.
The lake and facilities are available for the exclusive use for parties of up to 6 anglers.
There are over 250 mirror and common carp to over 60lb, grass carp to over 50lb. The largest common caught is 65lb 12oz, and the best mirror at 62lb.
Prices are from £900 per week for the exclusive use of the lake and facilities.
The lodge includes a fully equipped kitchen, dining area toilet and shower. There is a separate freezer for bait.
There is also a food package for groups that would like to have freshly prepared meals.
A shaded patio area and barbecue overlooks the lake.
Fully equipped kitchen and dining area.
English style toilet and shower
For bookings and more info call Roger Pearce on;
direct: 00 33 326 73 13 79
mobile: 07899 746 917
1. 3 rods per angler, they must not be left unattended.
2. No leaders of any kind, tubing only.
3. Barbless hooks only.
4. Leads must be able to break free.
5. 15lb minimum mainline.
6. No braided mainlines.
7. Bait boats are allowed.
8. Unhooking mats and weigh slings are provided.
9. Iodine or similar product must be used for fish care.
10. One tub of tiger nuts allowed per person.
11. Absolutely no litter.
These rules are designed for the welfare of the fish, anybody found abusing the rules will be asked to leave.
We can supply high quality fishmeal pellets available in 25kg bags at 50 euro’s per bag. These should be ordered in advance and are highly recommended.
You are welcome to bring your own pellets if you prefer.
Particles are allowed, but only 1 tin of tiger nuts per angler is allowed.
Only fresh frozen boilies are allowed and no ready-mades.
We have an arrangement with www.sandhurstbaits.co.uk to offer Beauregard customers particles and fresh frozen boilies at the trade price. For more info contact Sandhurstbaits.
With the fishing season coming to an end mid November the time soon came around to start annual winter maintenance work on the fishery. With Tom back for a long period of time after an 8 month deployment with the Navy there's been an opportunity to get a substantial amount of work and upgrades done. The biggest job has been re-gravelling all the tracks and swims. With some help over 40 tones were moved in just 2 days to cover the fishery. With freshly gravelled tracks and swims all round this should make dropping off and picking up gear a smoother experience and the anglers stay in their swim of choice more comfortable and nothing should get to muddy!
Apart from the gravelling we've been making the most of some nice weather after a rainy period to get lots of cutting done. Every year we go around the lake in the boat and take out any branches or trees that are potential snags. This is to ensure the safety of the fish, nobody wants to catch a carp with a broken rig in it's mouth. As well as over hanging trees we have been thinning out areas to help create wind channels and oxygenate the water.
We have continued to feed the fish regularly throughout the winter especially when temperatures have been warmer and with no anglers they are having plenty of rest. We have been feeding a mix of pellets, maize, crushed maize, wheat and boilies With the fish being practically pre baited on this mix all winter we recommend to anglers coming in the spring to bring an array of small hook baits such as 10mm, 12mm or 14mm pop-ups, dumbbells and wafters. Fishing these with small stick mixes or pva bags over beds of particles and pellets can be a real winner if the fish are feeding.
We are currently arranging to supply a choice of fresh frozen boilies, pop ups and hookbaits with a French bait company. Since the UK-EU Trade Agreement came into force on January 1st, the export of baits derived from animal produce, such as boilies, requires a European Health Certificate (EHC) to be completed. At present, the EHC for baits of this sort are under the same requirements as exporting animal feed which involves exhaustive and expensive testing, and certification from a vet. For the angler, this means you can no longer take meat or dairy products into France and most boilies contain dairy.
To combat these new rules and alleviate the worry of bringing bait into Europe from the UK, we will be able to supply anglers with fresh frozen boilies, pellets and particles. A bait order form will be available from next month and will be sent to each group. Any bait orders will be required to be returned two weeks before the trip at the latest.
For 2022 we have some weeks available in October and we are taking bookings for 2023.
For more info call Roger on 07899 746917 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For bookings and more info call Roger Pearce on 00 33 326 73 13 79, mobile 07899 746 917, or email email@example.com