Membership is now available for the 2019 season. Please note due to reasons beyond our control, fishing will cease on Littleton at the end of the calendar year.
Littleton North and South
Two very different lakes joined together only during periods of high water. Very different in terms of stock and appearance. Both Littleton lakes are on an annual coverall ticket that also includes Devils Lane lake.
(Includes Devil's Lane and Littleton South)
(Includes Devil's Lane and Littleton North)
Lake record 40lb+
North & South
**Important notice** Unfortunately due to issues beyond our control, fishing on the Littleton lakes will cease at the end of 2019. Fishing will continue on Devil’s Lane without interruption. If there are any changes to this situation then we will update members and the website.
Mature gravel pits with low stock levels on the Surrey/Middlesex border. Embryo’s work on these lakes is an on-going process. Unlike many of our other venues, they are covered under one ‘cover-all’ permit (including Devil’s Lane). They do not operate a waiting list or rota system like our syndicate venues.
Littleton North is 34 acres in size and the water is continually coloured thanks to the recent gravel workings. The lake has been noted for its pike and bream fishing in recent years. There is a relatively small head of carp known to go to upper 30’s. The fish are able to move between the two lakes during periods of high water, meaning stock in either lake is highly variable!
Littleton South is 20 acres and although joined to the North lake, in complete contrast the water is absolutely tap clear. Surrounded by horse fields and challenging access means this lake is no less of a challenge than its northern neighbour! The venue has a very low stock of carp that have topped 40lb along with a healthy head of large bream and tench.
Whilst we’re very early on in our tenure at these venues, we will keep this page on the website up to date with the on-going works at these venues. Embryo is committed to keeping these venues as open access waters for local anglers to enjoy.