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Next week available: the 13th October 2018
Welcome to Beausoleil, a fabulous venue for a magical fishing holiday
A haven of peace and tranquility in North West France, Beausoleil is a stunning 4-acre specimen lake stocked with magnificent hard fighting commons, nicely scaled mirrors and monster catfish.
If you can break away from the thrill of the fishing, you can unwind in total privacy in the cosy lakeside retreat, exclusively yours for the week.
We know it can be daunting to fish a new water for the first time, so you will find plenty of tips, tactics and advice on our website to make your fishing holiday an unforgettable experience.
There's something truly magical about Beausoleil
We hope to see you soon!
Exclusive Specimen Fishing Holidays in France
Explore the Lake and Swims
With tree lined margins, an island and plenty of features, Beausoleil is a fascinating lake to fish. At four acres and holding both specimen carp to 40lbs and 100lbs+ catfish, the lake will comfortably accommodate up to four anglers.
Enjoy Exclusive Accommodation
If you can tear yourself away from the lake, wind in and put your feet up in the lakeside accommodation, exclusively yours for the week. The self-catering house offers an idyllic and peaceful retreat with all the comforts of home.
Read Weekly Catch Reports
Every week, we write a detailed catch report and publish the feedback form filled in by our visitors. You can read about the tactics and spots that are working and what the current fishing conditions are like.
The Pursuit of Stunning Specimens
Beausoleil has an impressive stocking of great looking carp and monster catfish and you will be blown away by the fight they will give you.
The week was superb fun and the lake was better than wished for. Having Matt on hand to help and guide, made the difference between head in hands despair and delight! Andy, March 2017.
Latest from Beausoleil
I’ve been working hard this May chasing down more scaly carp on the river Mayenne – then the magic happened.
What's going on at the lake