Q3 Willow Park Fisheries

Eliminator - 26/04/2019

Our 10 acre lake, Big Lake,  is pegged with 30 bark chipped swims, many of which can be fished as double or triple swims . This lake is home to a head of 350+ with a few carp over 30lb, a very good head of 20’s including 3 floppy tailed commons around 28lb. Also home to a lovely fully scaled mirror named “The Princess” at 26lb. It also lovely head of back up fish between 15-19lb this means your always likely to get a bend in your rod.
Depths vary from 4 – 8ft, including gravel bars.

The local takeaways are more than happy to deliver to the gates when we are closed.(Please don t keep them waiting at the gate!) Please ask for a selection of menus on arrival.

There is an onsite tackle shop, just in case you forget anything. We have separate male & female toilets open 24hr as well as a disabled toilet and shower block for our long staying anglers (although fees applies).

On-site cafe.

Gates are closed at night for security.

Willow Park Fishery (M&A@WILLOWPARKLtd), Youngs Drive, Ash, Hampshire GU12 6RE

  • Size of Lake 10 acres
  • Type of Lake Day Ticket
  • Ticket Cost 2 rods for 24 hours - £25
  • Fish Stock Good head of carp 350+
  • Biggest Fish 34lb+
  • Features various
  • Telephone 01252 325867
  • Visit Venue Website
Willow Park Fishery Big Lake 2019

Competitor List

Rank Pairs Weight Fish
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Pre Match Report

Post Match Report

It was nice to be back at the popular Willow Park fishery again for Qualifier 3 in our new singles competition. It took over 5 hours fo rthe first fish to grace the bank in this match, and it was a common of 23lb 7oz for Mark Strevens in peg 7. By midnight Mark Renwick had gone into an early lead with four fish for 60lb+. Jason Crump was second with his 2 fish for 48lb+ and Mark Strevens was in third with his common. Just behind Mark came Marian Lukac also on 1 fish.

Saturday morning saw only 2 fish out as Mark Strevens had his second at 14lb 5oz and Victor Mihai had a 14lber. It was after lunch when the fish started to get their heads down and the score board took an interesting turn. Mark Strevens had one more and Mark Renwick added a brace to his score. Out of nowhere came Liam Morgan with 8 fish in a 12 hour period challenging Mark from peg 4 for top spot.

Sunday morning saw Mark Strevens catch another 20lber to boost his tally, Jason Crump had a 10lber while Liam Morgan put a 14lb+ common on the scales to take the win. Although Mark Renwick didn’t land anymore fish he had already done enough to finish in second spot. Mark Strevens took third and booked his place in the final. Jason Crump missed out by only 10lb, finishing in 4th.

It started slowly but picked up in the second half and turned into a really competitive event which is exactly what you would expect from this well run quality venue.

Victor Mihai 12lb 4oz

Marian Lukac 17lb 3oz

Jason Crump 28lb 8oz

Mark Strevens 23lb 7oz

Mark Renwick 15lb 4oz

Liam Morgan 22lb 8oz

L-R 3rd Mark Strevens, 1st Liam Morgan, 2nd Mark Renwick