Renard's lake is 530m long and 150m wide on average with a water area of approximately 8.5 hectares (21 acres). The average water depth is 4m on Renard's lake and there are 6 swims available.
Swims 1 to 3 are single angler ones, while swims 4 to 6 can accommodate 2 anglers.
Renard's lake is located in the Loiret, less than an hour from Paris. It is easily accessible and located in the middle of the forest in a natural environment.
The carp stock of Renard's lake is composed of many carps up to 31,5kg (69lbs). Fish exceeding 20kg (44lbs) are not rare. Thanks to the large quantity of carps, it is possible to make a lot of runs.
When you are fishing at Renard's lake, you can also meet catfish, koï, sturgeon and grass carps.
At Renard's lake, you will find 6 swims for biwy.
You will have access to common areas: toilets, showers and an electricity point to charge your equipment.
The swims at Renard's lake are easily accessible and you can leave your vehicle at the swim.
By coming to fish on the lake, anglers accept the following rules of procedure. Photographs taken on site may be used by the owners of the site (unless the angler requests otherwise when fishing). The owners are authorized to carry out random checks to verify compliance with the rules. An increased surveillance is made on the venue and the owners can exclude people who do not respect the rules. GoCarp and the owners of the lake are not responsible for any incident on the site (accidents, thefts...).