Fishery Rules – for both Pleasure and Match Anglers
- Barbless hooks only
- All anglers must have a landing net. The net must be used for all fish
- Groundbait to be introduced via feeder or cup only, no balling in
- A float must be used unless ledgering and there must be at least four inches between float and hook
- No litter to be left. Bins are provided on all lakes and on exit
- Maximum of two rods per angler
- No floating baits
- No Tiger nuts or Chickpeas
- Boilie’s can be used on the hook only
- Pellets are to be in pellet form. They can be dampened but not formed into a ball
- No pole tapping
Pleasure Lakes’ Rules – see the Fishery Rules, plus:
- No keepnets
Competition Rules – see the Fishery Rules, plus:
- Minimum of three keepnets to be used, one for Silver fish, one for carp of a pound or under and one for Carp over a pound. There is a net lmit of 75lb.
COVID-19 Update to Rules:
- No Keepnets are to be used on any lake
- When you arrive, Andy will be waiting outside the cafe (on the decking area) with a collection of available pegs. You will be able to pick a peg from this list and this is the peg you must fish. This ensures distancing (and parking) is available for all anglers on the Fishery.
- Cash will be accepted but you will not receive any change so please ensure you have the exact amount.
- You must go straight to your peg and stay on your peg. There is to be no walking around the lakes or walking to other pegs to talk to anyone (even observing a safe distance).
- Some bait will be available to purchase from Andy on arrival. Again, no change will be given.
- Unfortunately, unlike pre-Covid19, there will be no equipment loaned out and no tuition will be given
- All litter must be taken home
- You may find that you are unable to park behind some of the pegs, please bring a trolley in case this happens
All anglers must comply with the Fishery Rules