That's nice. I've laid off the fluff-chucking for a while as the local water has become an expensive syndicate, and I'm not paying £500 per year to stand around a hole in the ground with a load of other blokes who are catching stocked rainbows and then returning them. So it's Grafham or a long drive, neither of which particularly appeal at the moment.
@jambon There are lots of commercials around here, my definition being a fairly recently man-made hole with stocked fish (usually medium sized carp and some funny hybrid things they call F1s) they are run as businesses and tend to be quite sculpted and facility heavy. Incredibly popular with pleasure anglers new to the sport and matchmen who sometimes need 3 or 4 keepnets to weigh in. A large section of tackle is dedicated to this type of fishing and was developed as a consequence. In my day we didn't have pellet bands, pellet wagglers, carp floats, carp poles, method feeders etc.
Club waters and some day ticket lakes are the older gravel pits or natural (ish) ponds and lakes which have a head of mixed species occurring naturally with no or minimal stocking. They are run by clubs with the proceeds going towards upkeep and rent, not usually for profit. It's usual to struggle and blank on hard days! much like the rivers, but the payoff for a catch seems more satisfying IMO and the wildlife and peaceful surroundings are much nicer.