Lac De Paix is owned and run by Daniel & Richard Marshall & offers the ultimate in French Carp Fishing.
A newly established management team we have – and are – working hard to provide a French carp fishing lake for an unforgettable holiday experience.

Both have fished many prolific waters in the UK and France. Their experience and contacts within the carp fishing industry coupled with their knowledge of tourism ensures a top quality venue at Lac de Paix – French Carp Fishing at its finest.

Our philosophy is one of no nonsense. You can expect superb customer service, we like to treat our customers as we like to be treated and our standards are high!

We are always happy to answer any queries you have and can be contacted as per the following:

General enquiries – Dan 07855471454 or Richard 07778474518

Bookings – Lisa 07872634661 or by emailing lacdepaix@yahoo.com

Dan Marshall


Like Father.

Richard Marshall


Like Son.

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE SIZE OF THE FISH?

The average size of fish is now over 33lbs. There are at least 30 x 40’s.
The lake record mirror is 58lb & the largest common caught to date is 55lb. There are plenty of 20’s and 30’s whilst you wait for the big ones!

WHAT FEATURES ARE THERE TO CAST TO?

Every swim has the option of margins and open water. Numerous features can be found on the predominantly clay lake bed. Depths range from 2 – 8 feet. There are lillies, reeds, overhanging willows and gravel bars

CAN WE USE BAIT BOATS?

Bait boats are permitted. They are recommended for fishing far margins under the willow trees!

WHAT IS THE BEST RIG?

WHAT IS THE BEST RIG?

Regarding the rigs, keep it simple: 6 – 12 inch hook links. 18mm baits over pellet & particle can pull out some big fish! No leaders of any type are allowed and a minimum of 30cm of rig tubing is to be used.

WHERE IS THE NEAREST SHOP?

The nearest supermarket is a 15 minute drive from the lake. In addition their are largest supermarkets in verdun which is approximately 20 minutes drive.

HOW MANY BEDROOMS DOES THE LODGE HAVE?

None – sleep in your bivvies!
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