Embryo's venues are run with the future and members enjoyment at the heart of it. Our portfolio is ever expanding so keep your eyes peeled for new additions.
To find out more - use the map to navigate below the venues.
fancy joining an Embryo Venue?
These venues (unless stated) are run as individual syndicates split into weekday and weekend rota’s. You can only apply to join one rota or the other, not both.
Weekday rota – 10am Monday – 10am Friday.
Weekend rota – 10am Friday – 10am Monday.
We have now implemented a deposit system whereby a non-refundable, non-transferable deposit of £40 is required in order to get your name down on one of our waiting lists. You may join as many lists for different lakes as you wish but the deposit is required for each venue. The deposit will then come off the ticket price when you are invited to join and you have accepted the ticket. As mentioned above, for those lakes that operate rota’s, you can only join either the weekday OR the weekend rota, so please ensure you pick the one that is right for you when applying.
*Please note* With Phil’s lake and Cables, due to their close proximity to one another, you may apply to join both lakes if you wish, but it must be on opposing rota’s. For example, you cannot apply for a weekend ticket on both lakes but you can have a weekend ticket on Phil’s and a weekday ticket on Cables and vice versa.
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All of our venues are run with the members and fishing experience at the forefront of what we do. The rules are common sense with angler’s enjoyment and fish welfare in mind. The member numbers on each venue/rota are tailored to ensure the lakes are never overly busy, but equally never empty.
Our venues have proven very popular so lots of them have waiting lists in operation. We run a transparent waiting list, meaning there is no favouritism. Here at Embryo, the waiting list is the waiting list! Where a waiting list is in operation, you can view it at the bottom of each venue page.
All invitations to join our waters are sent out via email so if you are on one of our waiting lists (lists can be viewed at the bottom of each venue file page), especially close to the top, please keep an eye on your emails around March/April time and don’t forget to check your junk mail folder, just in case it slips into there!
If you have any specific requirements please get in touch with us and we’ll find the best way (where possible) to accommodate these.
Bakers & Home Field Lakes
Two beautiful, rich lakes situated alongside the river Thames in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. One ticket covers both lakes.View
Broom Big Lake
A peaceful and mature 45 acre gravel pit, set in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside.View
Broom Blue Lake
An open, 17 acre lake with a fresh stock of carp and an existing stock of silver fish, creating a beautiful mixed fishery.View
A stunning fishery on a mature gravel pit in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside.View
Cawcutts offers some spectacular fishing just to the north of Cambridge. With a big head of fish packing the weight on!View
A former brick pit; deep and clear with dark, scaly carp, set in a vibrant country park.View
A mature gravel pit on the outskirts of West London. A picturesque water holding some incredible fish.View
Hyde Lane is a mature, 20 acre gravel pit located on the outskirts of Buckingham.View
Norman Cross lakes
Two picturesque lakes situated just outside the village of Yaxley in Peterborough.View
A mature gravel pit on the banks of the River Thames, just to the south of Abingdon, Oxfordshire.View
A hidden carping oasis in the middle of a business park with a fantastic stock of stunning carp.View
Roughs lake is a peaceful lake set on the edge of the Fens. Intimate fishing in shallow water.View
Two lakes on a beautiful complex to the west of Hull. With carp to 40lb+ and a hugely bright future.View
A jewel of the Windrush valley with a stock of fish originating from the 1970's.View