Cressacres Carp Syndicate is professionally run carp fishing syndicate located on a private estate at Croxley Hall Fisheries, near Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, in the Colne Valley.
Members of Cressacres Carp Syndicate enjoy exclusive carp fishing on Cressacres Lake, Longwater and Kingfisher Pool. Cressacres is a mature seven acre gravel pit that was dug over thirty five years ago; Longwater and Kingfisher Pool, both an acre in size were dug around the same time.
The three lakes which are fished by Cressacres Carp Syndicate members have received a number of "carp stockings" since 2007 to supplement the original carp stock introduced as fingerlings in the 1980's. They include 100 of the famous "Croxley Commons" as well as over 200 Scaley Carp, and nearly 200 carp from the Dinton Pastures strain. Cressacres, Longwater and Kingfisher Pool are typical “runs” waters with multiple catches of carp from 10lbs to 34lbs+ possible during the day or night
Petition to ban treble hooks
12th February 2017
A controversial petition has been put forward to Parliament calling for a law to ban treble hooks for all forms of angling and restrict fishermen to single hooks only. Read more at http://www.anglersmail.co.uk/news/bid-ban-treble-hooks-72435#wrFJXkRwy1FpXdPl.99