Andy's Lake is a beautiful five acre lake, with a depth of twenty feet, It is located near the village Orcop, south Herefordshire.
The lake was stocked in 2005 with over one thousand Mirror & Common Carp, it was also stocked with a head of bream, tench, perch & roach.
Andy’s Lake is located approximately 10 miles South of Hereford and 6 miles North of Ross-on-Wye.
Access to the lake is excellent with a track all around the lake, there is also a toilet facility located at the entrance
The cost of day tickets is very reasonableat £7 for adults & £6 for concessions
For more information visit www.andysfishinglake.co.uk
From Hereford head South towards Ross On Wye/Monmouth on the A49. Continue for approximately 10 miles heading through Much Birch and Harewood End. After exiting Harewood End, head down the hill for about 200m and turn right at crossroad (sign posted Orcop). Head down this road for about a mile, continuing past a crossroads. Andy’s Lake is on your right-hand side at the bottom of a small hill.
From Ross On Wye head West towards Hereford on the A49. Continue for approximately 6 miles, heading through Peterstow. After driving past the exit for A4137 (Monmouth/Symonds Yat) continue for about 600m and take the left turn (sign posted Orcop). Head down this road for about a mile, continuing past a crossroads. Andy’s Lake is on your right-hand side at the bottom of a small hill.