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Lake Serene was a prize catch, and after five years of searching we decided to take up the challenge of the site we now have. Lake Serene is a very special place and we have worked very hard to make it what it is today, a beautiful place with bird life second to none. There are prize fish, lovely conditioned carp, commons, mirrors, and grass.

John and myself have between us over 50 years of experience in carp fishing. With that, and our customer care, we have no doubt that you will enjoy your carp fishing holiday. We like to see people enjoying themselves! Wishing you happy holidays.

“Gone fishing!”

- John & Mave




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Located in the heart of the Champagne region of France, Lake Serene 1 is a mature 16 acre gravel pit and Lake Serene 2 (new sister lake) is a 7 acre gravel pit, both are a carp anglers paradise.

The private and secure site is approached via a small country lane away from any traffic noise.

Tree lined banks and purpose built swims make this an ideal venue for anglers seeking a peaceful and rewarding carp fishing experience.

Lake Serene 1 is heavily stocked and the current records are: Common carp 73lb+ Mirror carp 63lb+ and grass carp 37lb+

Lake Serene 1 can accommodate parties of up to six anglers.

New for 2011, Lake Serene 2 is a bit of a mystery as we are not sure of the exact stocking, however we are constantly being surprised by the new specimens being caught. The current lake record is 67lb 4oz Leather.

Lake Serene 2 can accommodate parties of up to four anglers.

Cooked particles and sacks of pellets will be available for you on arrival if required.

You are welcome to bring bicycles with you.



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Need a Super-Marche? Only 10mins away in Vitry le Francois, or 20 mins in St Dizier. In both of these towns are plenty of bars and shops, pharmacies and everything you will need for your stay in France. In the summer try the lovely PYO strawberries just around the corner. Visit the local Saturday market in Vitry le Francois. Please ask for directions on site.