Three Island Lake
Mount Pleasant Farm
Telephone: 07919 556908
or 01525 242022
or 01280 812199
Three Island Lake opened for fishing 14 years ago and offers anglers enjoyable day-ticket fishing on the Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire border to the west of Leighton Buzzard. The fishery is just a 20-minute drive from the shopping metropolis of Milton Keynes.
Taken over by new owners in 2014, the spring-fed Three Island Lake is part of a 50-acre grassland farm in the middle of open countryside within easy driving distance of plenty of idyllic pubs, inns and restaurants. Indeed, despite its rural location, there is plenty to do for those who don't want to go fishing.
The charming village of Waddesdon, with its ornate facade houses, is a few miles away and there are a host of National Trust properties within easy reach. These include Waddeston Manor, a Renaissance-style chateau which was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild as a venue for his house parties; Claydon House; Stowe Gardens; Buckingham Chantry Chapel; Ascott Gardens and many more attractions a little further afield.
The fishery was opened at the beginning of 2002. Since then it has provided excellent sport with the advantage that even when there is the occasional small weekend match there is still plenty of room for pleasure anglers.
Anglers should note that the fishery is open from 7.00am until 7.00pm or until dusk, whichever is the earlier, from March to May; from 7.00am until 8.30pm or until dusk, whichever is the earlier, from June to September; from 7.00am until 6.30pm or until dusk, whichever is the earlier, in October; and from 8.00am until 4.00pm or until dusk, whichever is the earlier, from November to February. It is open all year with the exception of Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
For those looking for peaceful fishing in a tranquil setting, Three Island Lake offers an excellent day-ticket venue for anglers living in the area and a delightful out-of-the-way venue for anglers and their partners looking for a few days away from home staying in one of the many Bed and Breakfasts or hotels in the area.