Lake William Island is Completed

Continuing the hard work from last weekend, the island is now complete at Glehias!

Following on from the blog post earlier this week entitled ‘Winter Season Chores Begin at Glehias’, the island is finally finished. It measures around 25 feet by 9 feet and stands in about 3 feet of water, it has 2 bays on the front edge and each of these has a gully dug down to 4 feet deep in front of them.

Glehias French Carp Fishing

Piling on more reeds to build the height.

The fish seem to approve, I hadn’t even finished piling clay and reeds up on it and curious Carp were cruising around to inspect my work, I can tell this is going to be an absolute fish haven! The water level is down by 14 inches at the moment and will look even better after the lake refills.

Glehias Carp Fishing Lake in France

The new Island is immediately visible from the top of Blackberry Hill.

For more information on Glehias follow the link – French Carp Fishing

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