News

New WC & Sink

Finally we have a new WC plumbed into the sewers, plus an outside sink and tap. Please note the sewage system involves the use of

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Blue Lake Dye

In consultation with a fishery scientist (Peter Dennis BSc.(Hons.), M.Sc., M.I.F.M.)  On Monday 8th March I have decided to add a blue lake dye to

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Catch & Release

The question was recently asked about introducing catch & release for rainbow trout at the Fishery, this was my reply; We don’t have AGM’s for

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Stocking

On Tuesday we had our first stocking of the year, some excellently conditioned rainbows from Bibury.

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Rod rests

You will notice that I am putting ‘pig’s tails’ around the fishing points that can be used as rod rests. I have wrapped rubberised tape

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Tier 4 & Fishing

This is the latest advice from the Angling Trust; Evening All – We are still going through the new Covid Guidelines and Rules for Tier

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Feargal Sharkey

Angling Trust Ambassador Feargal Sharkey is encouraging you to write to your MP to demand them to support the Sewage (Inland Waters) Bill at the

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Angling Trust Update

LOCKDOWN UPDATE – The Angling Trust is pleased that the government has recognised the value of allowing angling and other forms of outdoor recreation to

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Angling still permitted

Following the Government’s announcement at 12.30pm today, the Angling Trust is pleased that the government has not sought to place further restrictions on healthy outdoor activities

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CDC Shuttlecock Emerger

Another in the series of quick & effective flies. There are a myriad variations of the shuttlecock emerger with body materials of dubbing, stripped quill,

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