A 20-hectare fishing lake much appreciated by regular anglers for its accessibility and fish population.


Initially, the Gué Gorand was a meandering stream feeding the River Jaunay. The situation changed in 1990 when a large compacted clay dyke was built to hold back the water over a surface area of more than 25 hectares. As a result, the landscape was altered and a large lake was created. Since then, the 400 hectares of neighbouring farmland and the Fontenelles golf course (Bluegreen) have been able to irrigate themselves thanks to the million cubic metres of water recovered.

The charming Lac du Gué Gorand is a peaceful spot for a stroll along the water's edge. Its footpath takes you around the reservoir by crossing the dyke. You'll discover many species of trees and a wide variety of wildlife, including wild rabbits, green lizards, dragonflies, coypu, herons and black-headed gulls.

Fishing enthusiasts can try their luck at catching perch, pike-perch and black-bass. Recommended types of fishing: spearfishing, predator fishing, carp fishing, fixed and roaming.

Fishing association : Gué Gorand / Jaunay
Fishing licence compulsory, float tube prohibited.
If you have any doubts about fishing, don't hesitate to consult the regulations on the Fishing Federation website.

Once on site, two car parks (20 spaces 80 metres from the shore and 10 spaces 25 metres from the shore) are available on either side of the bridge.
The site is also equipped with tables, litter bins, benches, cycle paths and footpaths around the lake.

Swimming, boating and hunting are not permitted on the site.

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