If you want more information or doing a booking please call on : a.. 00 33 608 109 134 (please choose at first ) weekly days from Monday to Friday after 8:30 pm to 10 pm French time - (7:30pm to 9:30 pm British time). we speak good English at this number. b.. (33) 235 94 12 12 c.. (33) 623 69 12 00 ATTENTION our NEW email address : email@example.com We are open all year and specifically in winter.
We have so much carps and big one so we feed them in winter and always be in activity.
Winter time is a real impressive fishing time at our lake !!!
We are really close from England : only 1:15 hr from Calais by motorway A16 and A28 (direct). Easy for a short or long session.
Stay on this road following signs for Guimerville, turn left at the end of the village, it is now half a mile to the lake. At the entrance to the lake complex cross the tram lines and go over the small bridge follow the track alongside the stream to the gates, club house/reception is just beyond.
Now using your map and the above directions, you should have no problem reaching your destination.
We recommend that you purchase a map (we use the Michelin Motoring Atlas of France) before venturing to France in your car. You will find this very useful for locating the small local towns and villages for any shopping and indispensable should you get lost!
The Auto Route (peage, so named because you pay to use it), is by far the simplest route to take and has regular service stations with excellent facilities. There are other rest stops but please note that these only provide French toilets. On entering the Peage take the ticket from the machine, you pay when you exit the road with either French Francs or credit card. Allow Â£4 (6 â‚¬ each way).
The speed limit are, 130 kph (81mph) when the conditions are dry and 110 kph (69mph) when it is raining. You will be driving on the right hand side of the road (J hope!). Please make sure that you have a 'green card' on your motor insurance and carry a copy of all your vehicle documents with you.
You must also display a GB sticker, have a warning triangle in your vehicle, carry a spare set of bulbs and don't forget to convert your headlamps for left hand drive use.
This the law in France.
Your journey from Calais (or Le Havre) to the lake should take approximately 1 :30 hours, you should aim to arrive at the lake at 12.00pm at the earliest. Plan your journey accordingly. If you have caught an early ferry then we suggest you use one of the rest stops on route and/or do some shopping you will then arrive at the lake both refreshed and prepared for your first nights fishing.