Boating and boat building
Boating on the lake is limited in size to 11.82" with boats available locally on the Tudenham shore where anglers can frequently be seen in the fishing season.
In terms of evidence of ancient boat building on the lake there is little evidence that any such activity took place. The only evidence of ancient boat activity was a dug out canoe found near Rushy Island.
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