Kirklees Lagoon in West Yorkshire has long been an area for the kinky to congregate.
And in order to stop the spread of STIs, The Brunswick Centre health charity are leaving little parcels for doggers.
Labelled "I protect myself", the safe sex kits include condoms so participants can wrap up safely during sexual encounters.
Also an area for keen anglers, the unusual move has infuriated the fishing community who are worried the kits will "encourage orgies".
Steve Kelly, 47, of Bradford No 1 Angling Association told the Mail Online: "It's driving people away. These people have no shame. It's been going on for years and yet nothing is done to stop it.
"Providing them with condoms only encourages them. I don't see the sense in it. Surely if they don't put them there, they're less likely to come back."
Chief officer for the health charity, John McKernaghan, told the paper: "We are just responding to what goes on there.
"The evidence suggests that whether or not we provide the packs, people are going to continue to use that particular location.
"Our priority is that people practise safe sex. We are working in partnership with the police and other agencies to address this issue, but, disappointingly, the angling club has not engaged with us."
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