Clampitt Stream

Notes: The NGR is for the head of the stream. Much of the course of this splendid little stream resides on private land, but a public bridleway does ford it.

Copse Bay

Reference: Named on the Fishery Map of Kennick Reservoir, this is a reservoir in the hands of South West Lakes Trust. Unlike Trenchford and Tottiford Reservoirs, almost all of Kennick Reservoir is reserved for anglers only, but a public bridleway on the north-east edge does give good views across the north end of the lake, and for the south edge a road runs parallel to the water’s edge.

Forest Bay

Reference: Named on the Fishery Map of Kennick Reservoir, this is a reservoir in the hands of South West Lakes Trust. Unlike Trenchford and Tottiford Reservoirs, almost all of Kennick Reservoir is reserved for anglers only, but a public bridleway on the north-east edge does give good views across the north end of the lake, and for the south edge a road runs parallel to the water’s edge.

Clampitts Bay

Reference: Named on the Fishery Map of Kennick Reservoir, this is a reservoir in the hands of South West Lakes Trust. Unlike Trenchford and Tottiford Reservoirs, almost all of Kennick Reservoir is reserved for anglers only, but a public bridleway on the north-east edge does give good views across the north end of the lake, and for the south edge a road runs parallel to the water’s edge.

Smithacott Bay

Reference: Named on the Fishery Map of Kennick Reservoir, this is a reservoir in the hands of South West Lakes Trust. Unlike Trenchford and Tottiford Reservoirs, almost all of Kennick Reservoir is reserved for anglers only, but a public bridleway on the north-east edge does give good views across the north end of the lake, and for the south edge a road runs parallel to the water’s edge.