Welcome to the Gold Valley website.
The Gold Valley complex was first purchased in 1992 by John Raison (Raison Brothers). The Raison family have owned fisheries since the early 1960’s with the original family fishing tackle business being started by their father in 1932.
"Whether you fish a match hoping to catch 200lb or you are going for your personal best specimen fish, Gold Valley is the venue for you."
The Gold Valley complex was developed from the start for anglers, allowing not only experienced fishermen but also beginners to have a memorable day. Our original stocks were unfished and most obtained from game waters and private estate lakes. These natural fish have spawned over the years producing thousands of fish special to Gold Valley. When needed and correctly sourced, additional fish have been added along the way to make the fishery as good today as ever.
Since opening, the fishery has established itself as a venue for many of the top match fishing series and qualifiers with the who’s who of the fishing world having wet a line at Gold. Whether you fish a match hoping to catch 200lb or you are going for your personal best specimen fish. Gold Valley is the venue for you.
The complex offers a licensed bar and cafe, ladies and gents and disabled toilets, a fully stocked tackle shop, large secure car parks with parking also directly behind at least 60pegs. The venue is available for day ticket fishing match bookings and corporate events.
About the Lakes
An original natural lake that was extended in the early 1930s’ now has 58 purpose built platforms all a very large size some being double family swims. The lake is six acres with three islands and depths from 3 to 8 feet.
Large stocks of carp, both mirrors and commons, up to 30 plus lbs with tench, bream, curcians, roach, rudd and some very good perch all regularly caught. All methods will produce good weights of fish with boilies fished over pellet or zig type rigs accounting for many of the specimen carp. The method feeder and pellet waggler are winning tactics with good bags of mixed fish being caught on the pole. [Click to see more]
This three and a half acre lake with 40 purpose-built platforms, some with parking directly behind, making them ideal for disabled anglers. Middle Lake was designed for bagging, with a large number of small carp including F1 and barbel, a few large carp, bream, tench, crucian carp, rudd, roach and perch.
The centre of Middle Lake is shallow with a depth of about 2 feet deepening to around 4 feet as you come back towards the bank. The method feeder and pellet waggler are good bagging methods with the pole catching good bags of both silver fish and fast biting F1 carp. [Click to read more]
Syndicate Lake is similar in size to Gold Lake with 42 purpose built platforms with parking behind all but a few pegs, again making them ideal for the disabled angler or anyone with mobility difficulties. As with Gold lake, Syndicate holds large stocks or carp with bream, crucians, tench, roach, rudd and perch present.
Syndicate Lake has an average depth of 5 feet with 3 feet plus in most of the margins. Carp are caught on boilies and pellets both on the lead and method feeder, with the pellet waggler working well in warmer conditions. The margins produce a lot of fish especially specimen carp being caught on corn maggot or paste. [Click to learn more]
Bat Lake is one of the most popular small lakes in Hampshire and Surrey with its island and lily pads as with all the lakes here at Gold Valley all our platforms are purpose-built providing you room for your box, chair and tackle,
Bat Lake also provides ample parking adjacent to the lake. The lake is formed around the Bat Cave, a specially constructed building erected for the conservation of bats. Bat Lake holds carp, bream, tench, roach, rudd, crucians and perch. This lake is just under one acre in size with depths between 12 inches and 4 feet plus.
All methods work well on Bat Lake especially the pole with pellet, corn maggots and meat being the best baits. [Click to find out more]
The Bungalow Lake offers fishing along one of its banks; this one-acre lake is very popular with day ticket anglers, providing good sport from its large head of carp and also bream, tench, roach, rudd, crucians and perch.
The depths vary with gravel bars running along the lake, the average depth is about 5 feet. All methods work well on Bungalow and it is ideal for both beginners and experienced anglers alike. [Click to see more]
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