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Jul 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 20th Jul ★★★

A catch report from Graham Huddart, Ian PackhamDavid Donaghue & Michael Peaty 

 What a fantastic weeks fishing we had landing 35 beautiful fish to 43lb in extremely hot weather , majority of the fish were caught in day and a couple at night , the fishery and facilities are pristine and very well looked after by Bruno Simond this a credit to him and his advise payed off ,we will be back next year🎣🎣🇫🇷🇫🇷

6 x 40’s - biggest 43lb 4oz
8x 30’s - biggest 39lb 
17 x 20’s - biggest 29lb 14oz
4 x teens - biggest 19lb

Bruno Simond thank you for your hospitality and we will see you next year , happy times 🎣🎣🎣🎣



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Jul 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 13th Jul ★★★

A catch report from Daniel Ashmore, Ian Packham David Ashmore 

Last week 12th July we was at brunos for the 2nd time and my dads 2nd time carping we had a blast for start from finish apart from bad pics from me dad haha got there in end ha ... we had 16 carp and same sturgeon twice...

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11 30s biggest 38lb
1x 25lb common 
3 x 40s a hatrick 
46lb common 
45lb grassy 
41lb mirror ...

Bruno a top host and great venue



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Jul 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 6th Jul ★★★

A catch report from Rob BoothbyGraham SearleKim Parker and Domanic Hillyard

What a brilliant week we had on Deux iles, fishing was hard due to the weather nevertheless will still managed to land 19 carp biggest going 44lb 8oz.

As a group of four we had 3x 40lb plus 5x 30lb plus 05x 20lb plus 5x hight teens and a gold fish.

Hooked into steve but he didnt hang around for long. We will definitely be looking to book another week in the near future. Just like to thank Bruno for advice and hospitality really did help us throughout the week.



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Jun 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 29th Jun ★★★

A catch report from Mark StathamPaul WalleyBarry Smith & Andrew Bannister : 

1st day back from this gorgeous lake, last week, was tough to say the least. On arrival we met Bruno earlier than planned and had a good walk around the lake, picking at Bruno’s knowledge all the way around. First thoughts, pristinely kept fishery with immaculate facilities. Eager and excited to get the rods out for what seemed a lifetime of waiting, from the 12 months or so we had booked had finally arrived. 

As a party of 4, we had already decided islands a month after booking by draw😂

The first take on the first day, falling to island 1, to play to the net to them get a hook pull, as frustrating as this was, it was soon to become forgotten to the one toner from island 2, hitting into it, to be out powered after 5 mins by no way of turning it from the island in front from island 2 - with the power, definable one of the grass carp in the lake.

The lake was then quiet until around 4am when Mark in cabin 1 took another 1 tone from the willow, which resulted in a recently spawned 34lb 2oz Common. 

The next day, the RHS swim of island 2 had a take from the left of the island, which soon ended, 2-0 fish from this side. 

This was to be the last bites from Island 2 regardless of rig change, bait change, you name it. The next 4 days for myself and my mate Andy, were slow to say the least. A little interest in a zig, but no fish. The action continued more on island 1, but only that little bit more than us, a couple of missed runs, a couple more hook pulls, missed takes from nervous bites, and finally a couple more upper doubles landed by Paul on Island 1. 

After this the lake went quiet, mainly with just getting the occasional mugging off from a pick up and immediate drop. Tactics changed etc etc etc. Couple of missed takes through the early mornings on island 1, still no action despite every possible change on island 2. 

This continued until the final 24hr’s when it’s clear your mates are your mates when they want to club together so you can try and get that bite that means you don’t go home on a blank. 
Aiding to assist a move to where the action was happening, island 1, each of us fished 2 rods in spaces swims, still a little sceptical that the majority of the action had happened at the back of island 1 this was gonna be our best shot. At around 2pm, we were faced with the relentless power of Steve, managing to get him from the back into open water, a short battle, his diamond back surfacing out of the water 10’ from the net and bolting, pulling off again! 

Frustration was setting in, so far, Day 6, 3 fish landed from 8 or 9 bites, as shy as some were didn’t seem the best fishing, but speaking to some guys on the surrounding lakes appeared to be the norm, whether it was the heat the day we arrived, around 39/40 or just a week where their not sure they are spawning or not. The first combo definitely showed signs she had, as did the mirror that was about to be caught this evening. 

The last evening, prepared to sleep outside in my sleeping bag, I wasn’t about to waste the opportunity of a night on the swim where the action had been happening for what seemed like, all week, bar from 2 bites other than crays on island 2.

I did however end up sleeping on the hard tiled floor of cabin one, waiting for the rods to go. 
Lots of interest throughout the night followed by a great take around 00.15 from a 31.4 mirror who looking at his head and shoulders had been very active in this years spawn. 

Landed and returned, shorts wet, no mither, it’s the last night, I didn’t rebait the taken rod but fished the other to the far bank, to be rudely awoken around 6am! But very much appreciated, great fight in this common, weighed in at 30.2.

Regardless of the ‘unproductive’ week we experienced, we enjoyed every minute as frustrating as it got from time to time. 

Yes at moments we went to the local village, we picked up some bait and tackle, we weren’t going defeated.

The patience paid off, and we were willing to wait, Bruno, you have an amazing picturesque lake, with some fantastic fighting fish, and we all thankyou for your hospitality and your dedication to making the lake and facilities so clean. 

Thanks for popping over for a chat every day, and making sure we were ok. 
Would recommend this lake any day, after speaking with guys on the ferry it wasn’t just ourselves that had experienced a tough week, definitely towards the end it started to pick up so hopefully it will switch on.

Again Thankyou Bruno for everything.



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May 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 18th May ★★★

A catch report from David WantScott GoldsmithIan Davenport & Robert Reed 

This trip had been planned for a considerable amount of time. We are all family men wrapped up in the day to day rat race.

The time of year regarding spawning was always on our minds but that was going to be down to the weather. A good catch report from the previous week we was excited to say the least.

Two days deep into our week and one of our group was top rod with Steve The Sturgeon and if my memory serves me right considering the red wine I'd drunk a couple of 30lb carp. The rest of us still to catch.

Eventually we all got our spots rocking and Steve reappeared at 3am midweek to a spot that had already produced a 40lb mirror as well as a mirror just shy of 30lb for one of us.

In a nutshell our week exclusive saw one e of us smash his PB with an impressive and very long 43 pounder. The river saw the man that organised our trip land a 20 pounder which to be honest was impressive fishing on his behalf.

There is lakes in France you can book that hold mind bogglinly huge carp but we chose this place for the reasons you are looking for, quality fish, facilities including faultless lake side WiFi connection and a bbq per Lodge. Hot water every day to shower with and wash up dishes and wine glasses.

Considering we witnessed the early stages of spawning this is what we enjoyed catching, mainly angry males on the munch which reduced the amount of fish but increased the size of fish we had.

272lb 12oz Dave
218lb 8oz Davvers
74lb 12oz Bob
24lb Scott




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Apr 2019
★★★ Deux îles report to 6th April ★★★

A catch report from James Bowers, Joel Bond, Joshua Bath & Brodie Cook :

Got back from our first trip to the lake. To say we were impressed is an understatement. 21 fish landed between the four of us biggest going 41lb 2oz. Steve also showed up at 41lb. Looking forward to our next trip already.

Thanks to Bruno Simond top bloke and great advice on the spots to fish 👍



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Jan 2019
Additional Stocking

Today we welcomed an additional stocking of 10 carp over 30lb to Deux Iles. I also restocked 28kg of black-bass to manage the crayfish population.



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Jul 2018
★★★ Deux îles report to 21st Jul ★★★

A catch report from Richard Biggs : 

Just returned form a weeks fishing at deux illes had a great week....

Lovely weather and plenty of carp!!!

Biggest went 40lb 8oz.night shot

Heavily plated mirror at 39lb and another at 38.

Many more 30s 
Total fish count at 28 for the week fishing 3 rods over partical and boiles.

During my stay i fished a artificial pop-up boilie over partical tigernuts pellet and boilies.

I used flouocarbon hooklink and mouthtrap to make a hinged stiff rig.

I experinced no problems with the crayfish, i could see that there where some im the lake but i do not feel tjat it is a problem if you use the right rig and avoid real hook baits.
I fed 50 kg of partical and 20kg of boilies all week the fish fed all through the day... and evening night time i recived regular action.

I feel that with some crayfish and a good head of carp feeding regulary is essential for bites, most of my takes came from in front of the slipway area.

Going back i would pick 4 or 5 spots and feed heavily with bait sticking to them for 3 days or so, try not to loose confidence.

Huge thanks to Bruno for keeping me supplied with 50kg of bait at short notice, these fish are putting on 3lbs a year and with summer weights averaging 30lb.

Really happy with the scaley originals.



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