Welcome to our home page where you find all the latest news and match results. The Lake of Tranquility is a three acre spring fed stunning, natural looking match style lake with 40 pegs located in the heart of the Flintshire countryside in Leeswood near Mold.
Nestling in the heart of the Flintshire countryside is the Lake of Tranquility.
The smaller Horseshoe Lake is just that, a horseshoe shaped water, 16 metres at its widest point with the same depth features throughout and an ideal water for anglers to hone their match skills or simply spend a few action filled hours.
The Horseshoe – A 10 peg match lake with plenty to go at all day long!!
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Friday saw Geoff Harston take home the pennies and it was one of those days where the fish were more interested in sunbathing rather than feeding. Drawn on peg 12 he used pellet on the waggler to weigh 34lb 5oz, second place went to Eno Jones off peg 21 with 20lb 4oz and third was Mark Boulton (meadow foods) off peg 18 with 20lb.
Tuesdays match was won by Kev Williams, using the long pole with pellet on the hook he weighed 66lb off peg 33, second was Mark Boulton (meadow foods) off peg 22 with 61lb 10oz again all on the pole and finally third was Wayne Jones off peg 10 with 24lb 6oz.
Friday saw Kev Williams go one further second on Thursday first today, drawn on peg 32 he margin fished on the pole to weigh 36lb 4oz, second was myself off peg 35 with 28lb 3oz and finally third was Terry Windsor off peg 21 with 13lb 7oz.
Drawn on peg 33 it was Mark Boulton (meadow foods) who took home the pennies, fishing the margins on short pole he managed 35lb 8oz. Second was Kev Williams off peg 29 with 33lb 6oz which put Wayne Jones into third with 33lb 4oz off peg 10.
Morning all, with temperatures dropping its time to get the thermals out. drawn on peg 7 it was Colin Blythin who won the day with 34lb 8oz all on the pole and tip with pellet on the hook, second was Geoff Harston off peg 32 with 27lb 3oz of mainly skimmers and finally third place went to Rob Palmer off peg 16 with 26lb 12oz again mainly skimmers and small carp. DONT FORGET ALL OUR OPENS ARE NOW DRAW AT 9AM FISH 10-4PM THANK YOU.
Hi all, it was that man again Mark Boulton(meadow foods) who won the day, fishing off peg 33 he used the pole down the margins to weigh 57lb 6oz second was Shaun Sandham off peg 14 with a mixed bag to weigh 46lb 3oz and finally Wayne Jones was third with 41lb 8oz off peg 27.
Fridays match saw Eno Jones lead the way with 60lb 6oz, fishing off peg 15 he used waggler and pole to just creep ahead of Terry Windsor who was on peg 6 and weighed 60lb 4oz all pole fish. Third place went to Gareth off peg 34 with 48lb 3oz again all pole fish well done all. TIMES HAVE CHANGED AGAIN FOLKS TUES/FRI ARE NOW DRAW 11AM FISH 12-6PM PLEASE PHONE TO BOOK.
Drawn on peg 10 it was Shaun Sandham (bryn ifion) who led the way with 48lb 10oz all on the long and short pole with castor on the hook. Second was Phil Ibell off peg 14 using the long pole with paste to weigh 40lb and third went to Fred Moore off peg 29 with 37lb 8oz
He’s done it again, drawn on peg 10 this time it was that man again Mark Boulton (meadow foods) who took home the spoils, after struggling on the pellet wag he then decided to fish the margins and never looked back weighing a total of 76lb 6oz. Second was Geoff Harston off peg 18 with 62lb 8oz and third went to Ian Hayes with 29lb 5oz off peg 14.
Morning all, Fridays match saw the best weight of the season so far and it was that man Mark Boulton (meadow foods) again. Drawn on peg 18 he used the margins to his advantage to put the net under 118lb 10oz well done Mark, second on the day was Nev Bagnall off peg 27 with 48lb 8oz and third was Terry Windsor with 44lb 5oz off peg 21.