Etang Meunier is the perfect holiday venue in many ways, you've got a lovely lake, excellent accommodation, stunning fish, and if that's not enough, if the non fishing members of your family/party fancy a trip or two out and about the area, there is plenty to see and do.
The lake is a 10 minute walk from the nearest bar and shops and locally in Cassepierre, Ambazac, and Rilhac-Rancon, you’ve got excellent shops for bread, meat etc and several well stocked supermarkets, for day to day supplies.
Limoges is 20 minutes away by car as is Limoges (Bellegarde) airport. On the outskirts of Limoges is a huge supermarket complex (Cora) well worth socking up on wines etc. If shopping is your thing then Limoges city centre is well worth a trip.
On Sunday morning why not try an early start and a short trip across country to Panazol. You'll find a lively market, where you can stock up on some fabulous foods. Try the spit roast chickens, a huge range of fruit and vet, and local breads and cakes. Not for those counting calories unfortunately!
There's a large pottery in Aixe-s-Vienne which does guided tours, and you could spend some serious money on the huge range of pottery and porcelain. Just next to the bridge is a restaurant that is well worth a visit for lunch, if walking round the pottery has given you an appetite.
Fancy a celebratory meal after catching you pb, then the restaurant Le Floride, just a few miles back up the A20 is the place to go.
If you've got youngsters with you, then a trip to Lac de St Pardoux is not too far away, where there's a beach, a café, pedalo's etc, in truly lovely scenery.
The Limousin area has something for everyone, but don't spend too much time away from the lake. There's might be another big fish with you're name on it!