The main species in Chard Reservoir are Carp, Bream and Roach also Tench, Perch and Eels. Currently regarded as one of the best bream waters in the country with catches over 100lb not unusual, groundbait and feeder tactics are the most popular. Chard Reservoir is 48 acres of open water. The Carp tend to respond well to spodding at range in the upper woods area and have been caught to mid 30lb.
It is popular venue for Match Anglers, Carp Anglers, Ornithologist and Walkers alike. Carp (to 33lb), Bream (to 7lb), Tench and Roach dominate this water.
Perry Street Pond
Species include.. Carp, Bream/Skimmers, Roach, Tench, Perch Eels. Carp dominate the pond and have been caught at low double figures usually on the pole and down the edges.
Species in Sadborrow include Carp, Bream/Skimmers, Roach, Perch , Tench , and Eels. Plus a surprise Chubb of around 5lb.