Cressacres Carp Syndicate is a professionally run carp fishing syndicate located on a private estate at Croxley Hall Fisheries, near Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, in the Colne Valley.
The Syndicate was formed in 2007, and quickly gained a reputation as one of the top “runs waters” in the Colne Valley which anglers can join prior to securing a place on the adjacent Croxley Hall Carp Syndicate.
Our members enjoy exclusive carp fishing on Cressacres Lake, Broadacres Lake, Longwater Lake, and Kingfisher Pool. Cressacres is a well established seven-acre gravel pit that was dug over forty-five years ago along with Longwater and Kingfisher Pool, both of which are just over an acre in size, Broadacres Lake is a mature four-acre gravel pit which up until 1985 used to form part of the famous Croxley Hall main lake.
The season runs from the 16th of April until the 15th of March. Syndicate members are allowed to fish a maximum of 48 hours at any one time. Members can choose to fish any lake or a combination of all four during their session.
Croxley Hall Fisheries has excellent facilities for all carp syndicate members including toilets, running water, and use of our fully equipped lodge. Members are able to see who is fishing from the comfort of their home before they set out thanks to our unique login/logout system incorporated into this web site. Members can also upload pictures of their own catches, view the catch reports page, and read the latest member's news to keep up to date with events at the fishery by accessing the "members area".
All syndicate members have the use of two secure car parks situated near the lakes behind locked gates.
All of the lakes are regularly maintained by fishery staff, with mown grass banks and swims for the comfort of members. There is no requirement for members to attend any work parties throughout the year.
Cressacres Carp Syndicate will suit any angler that enjoys catching beautiful fish in a secure and tranquil setting with excellent facilities on a well-managed fishery.