Marriner’s Pool

General description

Located amongst tranquil farmer’s fields in Iver, Marriner’s Pool is a great mixed venue that fishes all year round. Having something for everyone, Marriner’s Pool is one of our most popular venues, and with plenty of parking and easy access, caters to anglers of all ages. An elongated irrigation pond, the lake drops levels during the summer months, but is still deep enough to support a large head of fish that cater to pleasure and match anglers alike.  The lake contains lots of carp that average 10-15lb but there is the odd twenty to satisfy those who prefer a challenge. These can be caught on a variety of methods; standard boilie approach, freelining corn, or if you can get them going, from the top on a summer’s afternoon.

For people who enjoy float and pole fishing, there is plenty of bream to over 7lbs, and lots of skimmers and silvers. The lake also holds a good head of pike that go well in to double figures. These are at their best in winter, targeted with a wobbled deadbait. The lake has two main banks. One side is open and grassy with plenty of space for seat boxes, and bivvies for night fishing. The other bank is narrow and sheltered by trees, perfect for stalking. The club has its own clubhouse on site with toilets including a disabled toilet that are cleaned regularly. You can also expect to see plenty of birdlife including Kites, Buzzards, Kestrels, Robins, Tits, Chiffchaffs, Wrens, and Lapwings nesting in the ploughed fields during spring.

Known Species

  • Bream
  • Carp
  • Pike
  • Roach
  • Rudd

Access

Gate is located on Billet Lane in Iver opposite Hollybush Lane, next to Copas Farm. Nearest postcode SL0 0LU.

Parking

Enter the code on your membership on the gate’s keypad and press enter. Parking is anywhere on the gravel area. No parking on the grass.