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Home Farm Fishery

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The lakes at HFF were established in 1988 and began life as a commercial fish farm. The emphasis then was the breeding of exotic carp - kois, Golden Orphe etc. Many of the original fish can still be found in the two main lakes.

In the year 2000 the lakes were bought by the present owner and the day ticket business which we see today was founded.
Please check with Fishery in advance for availability during weekends as matches are run on some weekends.

All matches and reservations for night fishing should be booked directly on 07713 886654.

In 2003 it was decided to introduce Wells catfish to the specimen lake. These would compliment the extensive carp stock. Following the purchase of catfish stock from Burton Mere the record catfish now stands at 66lb with larger weights expected soon which is testament to the water quality and gives a growth rate of over 4lb per year. The carp strains are - common, mirror, ghost and grass carp. The current carp record is a 29lb 13oz mirror caught in 2007. There are well over 150 double-figure carp and many more of 20lb and over. There are also many large Perch, the largest so far weighing in at 4lb 12oz.

the Catfish record now stands at 66lb.

The largest Carp caught so far weighed 29lb 13ozs.

Each year has seen vast improvements. There has been an extensive annual restocking of quality fish and a major replanting programme of aquatic and land based plants, which gives the site its present day picture postcard appearance.

Specimen Lake
Both the specimen lake and the match lake have an abundance of natural features with over 30 established lily pads, mostly 8 metres off shore, and many reed beds. The match lake has 40 pegs, all staged, and the specimen lake can fish 20+ anglers, again all staged.

Match Lake
The match lake holds 16 different species of fish, including Tench, Chubb, Barbell, Carp, Ide and Bream. The match record to date is 84lb caught in a three hour session, with the next three weights in the match all over 60lb

For the younger fishermen there is a 90 metre canal and a junior pool, both extra-well stocked with fish up to 8lb for that important first catch and ongoing action.


Shower Facilities

A new shower room was built during the year and is now fully up and running. It includes a changing room and facilities for shaving etc. There is a nominal charge of £1.  Bring your own towel!

Toilet Facilities
A Toilet facility and running water is available on site.

For more information and full details see Home Farm Fisheries website http://www.homefarmfisheries.

Hall Drive, Alsager, South Cheshire ST7 2UD. 5 Minutes from J 16, M6.

From Junction 16 of the M6 Take the turnoff signed Alsager, Proceed to the T Junction ( 1 1/2 miles) turn right at the Traffic Lights, then carry on for 3/4 of a mile to Mini Roundabout - Straight on then after 200 yards turn right into Hall Drive, go to the end of Hall Drive then follow the Fishery signs, go under the Railway Bridge and turn sharp left and the Fishery is on your right.

For more details and booking inquires Telephone: 07713 886654

Rules

Specimen Lake fishing must be pre booked on with Home Farm Fishery.
reservations for night fishing should be booked directly on 07713 886654.
Night fishing a charge of £10 and must be booked on ,to be paid at the fishery
Strictly barbless hooks at all times.
All nets must be dipped prior to fishing in the dips provided.
Landing nets to be used at all times.
Keep nets must be made of soft mesh.
No fish over 2lbs to be kept in keep nets. Discretion will be used during matches.
Unhooking mats must be used at all time for large carp and catfish, Unhooking mats should not be less than 130cm X 90cm.
Rods must be attended at all times. Maximum two rods.
We ask that anglers fishing the Specimen Lake use a minimum breaking strain line of 18lb.
Surface baits are not allowed.
PERSONS UNDER 12 YRS OLD ARE NOT ALLOWED TO FISH THE SPECIMEN LAKE UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
ALL JUNIOR MEMBERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AT ALL TIMES WHILE FISHING.

General Policies

Strictly no litter.
Each angler is responsible for litter at their peg.
We operate a hook checking policy.
Please respect the fish and handle them with care especially when photographing.
Never stand up when holding a fish, always kneel down and hold it.
Do not leave fish out of the water for any longer than necessary.
Keep noise to a minimum. No radios etc.
Anyone found removing fish from the fishery will be prosecuted.
Anyone breaking the rules will be asked to leave. No excuses.

Baits

Boilies and ground bait to be used in moderation.
No nuts of any description to be used.
No blood worm or joker.
No cat meat at all.
No bait boats.
No night sacking of fish at all.

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Dunham Fisheries

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Dunham Fishery is a scenic mixed coarse day ticket venue set in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.

It is an established family run business with a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Our aim has been to provide traditional fishing in a comfortable and attractive environment that promotes and encourages wildlife and conservation.

The original lake at Dunham is naturally spring fed and has been established for six years, it has become a popular choice for pleasure anglers and small society matches.

It is well stocked with quality fish from a wide range of species, including Chub, Barbel, Roach, Tench, Crucian Carp, Skimmers and Carp up to 15lbs.

Only available to fish with a current 2017 green membership card.
If anyone goes without a current 2017 card, you will be charged by the owner to fish.

Postcode WA14 5SE

Rules

Barbless Hooks Only
No Keep Nets (except in matches)
Landing Nets must be used
Strictly No Dogs
No Radios / Barbecues
One Rod only
No Litter
No Fish to be Removed from the Fishery
Children Under 16 must be Accompanied by an Adult
No Trespassing on Farmland or Buildings
No Wading or Swimming
All Vehicles to be Parked in Designated Areas
The Owner accepts no Responsibility for the Damage or Loss to a Person’s Property and has the right to Check Equipment
Fishing from pegs only
DO NOT throw Excess Bait into the Water or around the Peg
Night Fishing Prohibited
Bait restrictions: No Ground bait, Nuts, Boilies, Jokers or Bloodworm.

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Clare’s Pool

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Moss Lane, Moore, Warrington

Post Code WA4 6UZ

Opens 1st March 2017

Clare’s Pool is an attractive water, that has good parking nearby and is easy to get to. It could be best described as a small pond with only six pegs it feels very spacious. The surroundings, arable fields, are attractive and provide an away from it all days fishing.

The fishing is mixed with the water containing Carp, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Tench and Bream

Rules

If gates are open on arrival please leave open otherwise keep gates locked at all times.
No wading or swimming.
No dog or cat meat allowed.

Barbless hooks only.

No Braided line allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.

No Keepnets allowed .
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.

Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.

Parking in area provided.

All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Goose Green Farm

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Goose Green Farm offers coarse fishing with 3 fully-stocked lakes complete with car parking and toilet.
Membership allows one rod only.
Fish stocked include:

Mirror, Common and Crucian Carp
Tench
Bream
Roach
Rudd
Perch

Access

Goose Green Farm have invested in a staging area on one of the lakes to provide access for wheelchairs.

 

Rules

  • Dip all nets in disinfectant outside of the toilet BEFORE fishing.
  • ALL JUNIOR MEMBERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AT ALL TIMES WHILE FISHING.
  • Boilies only on hook.
  • No bloodworms, jokers or keep nets.
  • Use only barbless hooks.
  • Please take all of your rubbish home with you.
  • No dogs allowed.

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Knypersley Reservoir

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C&NSAAKnypersley is a picturesque 40 acre reservoir located within Greenway Bank Country Park. The water is open to Society members as part of our association with Cheshire & North Staffordshire Angling Association. The water is set in idyllic countryside and offers a wide choice of pegs appealing to the match or specimen angler. The water also features a dedicated match length offering easy access to over 30 pegs.

Species & Stocking

Knypersley Reservoir offers big shoals of roach, perch and a fantastic population of bream along with a large number of specimen carp and pike.

Species Weights

Bream to 9lb; averaging 4lb – 5lb
Common Carp to 19lb+
Mirror Carp to 30lb+, averaging 15lb
Roach to 2lb 8oz, averaging 8-10oz
Perch to 2lb, averaging 8-10oz
Pike to 28lb, averaging double figures

Location

Greenway Bank Country Park, Greenway Bank Road, Biddulph, Stoke-on-Trent,  ST6 8UG

Rules

Normal Club rules apply plus Additional Rules applied by the Association

1. The season is from 1 January to 31 December.
2. No night fishing.
3. No live baiting and no gorge tackle allowed.
4. No cans or bottles (glass & plastic).
5. No unused bait to be thrown on the bank or in water.
6. No carp or pike to be retained in a keepnet except in matches.  Carp may be retained in a carp sack for photographic purposes only.
7. No match or competition to be held unless pre-booked via the Association Match Secretary.
8. The portion of the water scheduled for a match is closed from midnight on the day of a match until the match finishes. See rule 9 below.
9. Any angler in breach of the rules can be suspended without redress from the Association by a majority vote at a meeting of the shareholders of the Association.  Any angler in breach of the rules will automatically lose the right to fish any of the member club’s waters for the duration of the suspension.
10. Members may take juveniles under the age of 10 years to fish this water.
11. Bait Boats are Not Allowed

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The Serpentine Pool Knypersley

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The Serpentine

General Information
The Serpentine is a 17 acre lake that is situated in Greenway Bank Country Park , Staffordshire. This water varies in size and depth, depending on which part of the pool you are. The section nearest the dam is the largest part of the lake with depths going down to 26ft in places. The middle section of the lake starts to decline in width but depths still go down to around 14ft. The last section, known as the shallows, is at the western end of the pool. This is where the pool is at its narrowest, and as the name suggests, the depths, particularly in front of peg 1 are very shallow (compared to the rest of the lake), rarely exceeding 6ft. The bottom of the pool is made up of mostly silt. There are several large snags in the lake, but these do provide some excellent fishing spots. There are currently 29 pegs on the pool. These pegs are in general, quite comfortable, although access to some pegs can be awkward. Please take care when accessing these pegs. The pool perimeter is surrounded by trees and bushes apart from
the dam wall which is grassed over. The trees encroaching onto the pegs are regularly maintained by the team of bailiffs who patrol the lake on a regular basis. Finally, it is worth mentioning that the pool is one of the most picturesque places in the local area and is definitely worth a visit for that reason alone.

Known Species
There are Roach running well into 3lb+, Perch touching 4lb and Bream into double figures. There are large carp present, many of which are over 20lb, with the biggest known as Big Linear. The current weight of this fish is around the 32lb mark depending on the time of year. These large carp are backed up by 80 young carp (5-10lb) stocked in late 2007. We hope these fish will very soon be well into double figures pushing for 20lb+. There are also massive pike to go at. The biggest caught going just over 23lb, but a number of experienced pike anglers have spotted a fish, that they say will go over 30lb pike. On top of all of these specimens, there are massive shoals of smaller fish consisting of roach, perch and skimmer bream. There is also a good head of jack pike making the Serpentine one of the easiest pike waters in the local area.

 

Directions and Parking
From Biddulph take the A527 and head towards Tunstall. Just after the Mill Hayes Road turning, (on the left), turn left into Childerplay Road . From here follow the road past the entrance to Bemersley Public Household Waste & Recycle Centre, and take the first left following the sign for Greenway Bank Country Park . This road leads to both car parks. From Tunstall, follow the A527 towards Biddulph. Just after Brindley Ford, turn right onto Bemersley Road . At the top of this road, turn right into Childerplay Road . Follow the road, past Bemersley Public Household Waste & Recycle Centre, and take the first left following the sign for Greenway Bank Country Park . This road leads to both car parks. There are 2 main parking areas to fish the Serpentine. The first is Knypersley pool car park. Once parked, a walk along the pathway is required. The path is a steady incline with one moderately steep bank to walk up. At the top of this bank, the Serpentine main bay can be seen. The path then forks off, left and right. A left turn takes you to pegs 17 – 30 and eventually leads to the shallows, whereas a right turn takes you down to the dam and is the quickest way to the pegs on the point. The other parking area is Greenway bank car park. It is worth noting that the gates are locked at dusk and are not opened until 10.00am. From the car park, the walk is quicker than the other car park, but there is a steep bank, which is OK going down, but can be a nightmare coming back. This path eventually will bring you out right at the top of the shallows.

Rules

Extra Rules/Conditions
Victoria & Biddulph A.S
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Bay Malton A.C
Permits to be shown on request to either Clubs Bailiffs
Closed season dates 15th March to 15th June both dates inclusive
Fishing from numbered pegs only No fishing off the Dam.
3 rods may be used along with the required amount of rod licences.
No tin cans to be used for any baits.
No alcohol or drug substances allowed at the pool.
Bloodworm, tiger nuts kidney beans & peanuts are not allowed.
Barbless hooks are highly recommended to be used.
Carp and pike are not to be retained in any type of net or sack.
Unhooking mats must be available and used for specimen fish.
There is no camping allowed on the country park tents are not to be used but bivvies are allowed at the pool side for fishing.
Night fishing is allowed but members of both clubs must be prebooked in giving Dates , name club etc to the bailiff Paul.
Telephone Paul Hammond (VBAS) 07791 127476.
The starting date/day of the season may be altered for general fishing to accommodate anyone attending the
Work parties who will receive preference to fish.Contact Bailiffs for work party dates

All litter is to be taken away.There is a zero tolerance regarding litter and bailiffs are been told to confiscate members cards if anyone is found breaking the rules.

 

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Thornhills Fishery

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Description

Thornhills is a fairly large pool with a large island at one end and two smaller islands at the other end. located next to a conservation area in Goostrey Cheshire. This water also has the advantage of being located behind a shop severing hot and cold drinks and a bait shop.The water levels on this water do drop in the summer months due to the water table.

Known Species

Carp to 20lb
Bream to 4lb
Tench to 3lb
Barbel to 3lb

Depth - 4ft-11ft

(If any members fishing there wish to use the new entrance please phone Border giving your name and membership no. members will then be informed of the code for the electric gates . The gate with the BMAC lock on , if open ,leave open.If locked lock it. But the electrically operated one must be locked after its use, whether entering or leaving. )

Rules

No wading or swimming.
Barbless hooks only Maximum size 12.
No Braided line allowed.
No radios allowed.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.
Keep nets must be emptied every 5 hours.
Keep net ban from the 1st March to 16th June.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in car park provided.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270820812.

Post Code CW4 8HE

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River Dee

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Here is the information about our new stretch of the River Dee
We are pleased to announce the club has acquired two stretch’s of the River Dee in Holt,North wales, These stretch’s are easy to access and contain a wide variety of fish including Barbel, Dace, Chub, Roach, Bream, Pike, Perch, Eels, Salmon, Trout and sea trout. This stretch is accessed directly from the A534 Nantwich to Wrexham road .There is parking directly in front of our stretch on either the hard-standing or on the grass verge please do not block either the track or the gateway’s as access is needed at all times by the land owner, Please also ensure all rubbish is taken home with you to be disposed of.Please read your club card’s for all relevant rules that apply on our water’s .

To access this water, you leave the A534 approx 3-400m after you have crossed the bridge into wales this road is signposted Holt/Rossett ,proceed through the village for about half a mile then take the right turning into Dee Lane,
After about 50m you will reach a junction go straight ahead here again down Dee Lane this track will take you under the bridge you came over originally 5 minutes beforehand ,The fishing along this short stretch is free fishing.
Proceed a couple of hundred metres along the track and you will come to a field and gateway ,you can park anywhere in this area as long as the track and gateway are left free for access.

Our stretch is the one directly in front of you through the gate. The postcode for Dee lane is LL13 9YT
The track continues on to the right here if you wish to drive up here to the top of the lane there is parking for a couple of cars here on the verge, again the gateway must me kept clear though, This track can get muddy though and is probably best avoided in bad weather.

Our next stretch is through the gateway at the top of this lane you then walk to your left and you will see the river once more ,this stretch of approx 400m is leased to another club so please be aware of this ,our stretch start’s in the next field and covers nearly a mile over the two fields ,You can also access the top of stretch one from this lane via a gateway at the top left hand corner of this lane.

One final point please bear in mind when you are fishing this water that you are representing the club and we want to show us in a good light and prove to the landowner we are worthy of his trust ,this arrangement can potentially be a very long term one if we follow these few simple rules and behave in the correct manner so please everyone No blocking the lane or gateway and no litter .

Enjoy this new water everyone and I hope you have many happy day’s on there in the future .

CLOSED SEASON 15TH MARCH TO 16TH JUNE
FLY FISHING ONLY DURING CLOSED SEASON

Rules

No night fishing.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
One rod only.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Keep nets to be emptied every 5 hours.
No barbel to be kept in keep nets.
No tins allowed,all bait must be kept in bait boxes.
No braided line allowed.
Barbless hooks only.
Parking in car park only.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
All litter to be taken with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.


All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Grange Fishery

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This water contains a large head of carp from 4 ounces up to 18 pounds. This water fishes well all year round but is known to flood during the winter months.
known species Tench,Roach,Rudd,Chub,and perch.

Access and car parking suitable for disabled members.

Rules

No wading or swimming.
No dogs allowed.
No fires.
Bait bans no boillies, dog and cat meat..
No radios
Barbless hooks only .Maximum hook size 12.
No Braided line allowed.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.
Keep nets must be emptied every 5 hours.
Keep net ban from the 1st March to 16th June.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in car park provided.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
Gates to be kept locked at all times.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Lymm Dam

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Lymm Dam is a wonderful big water experience set in beautiful surroundings. Depths of the water range from 30ft to 6ft from which, with skill, you will experience superb angling. Species you could catch here are: large Carp, big Pike, Wells Catfish, Eels, good Perch, Roach, Rudd, Chub, big Tench, lots of big Bream to double figures.
There is a butty van and toilets available near the dam wall.

Non members can fish this water with tickets available on the bank.
Day Ticket Prices
Seniors £5
Juniors £2.50
Oap & Disabled £2.50
Extra rods £2.50 each
Night fishing £20 per night

PLEASE NOTE YOU REQUIRE THE APPROPRIATE E.A. ROD LICENCE TO USE MORE THAN TWO RODS.

Rules

No wading or swimming.
Barbless hooks only.
Spinning and lures are permitted.
No live bait for pike fishing.
No coarse fish to be used as bait.
Night fishing allowed.
Fishing from stagings only.
No Carp to be kept in keep nets unless during a match.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult when night fishing.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in car park provided.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Brookhouse Pool

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Brookhouse Pool is an attractive large large lake set out to thirty stages with plenty of room in between. Parking at this venue is right by the water making it ideal for those with a disability. In fact there are three pegs reserved for the disabled right by the car park.

The water contains Mirror, Common and Crucian Carp, Golden Rudd, Tench, Chub, Bream,Barbel and Perch.

 

Rules

No Dog or Cat meat allowed.
For a trial period Two rods can be used please respect other anglers.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Members only matches.
Keep nets to be emptied every 5 hours.
Keep net ban from the 1st March to 16th June, unless during a match.
Fishing from stages only.
No tins allowed,all bait must be kept in bait boxes.
No braided line allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
No night fishing allowed.
Barbless hooks only.
Pegs are available to pleasure fish on match days, see notice board on the day.
Club match rules apply.
Parking in car park only.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.


All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Merrydale Pool

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There are only ten stages at Merrydale but it is the kind of place where almost anyone can catch. It is in a beautiful location and can give a very peaceful day of fishing. There are a lot of small fish in this water as well as some good sized Tench.

Rules

No wading or swimming.
No dog or cat meat allowed.
Barbless hooks only.
No Braided line allowed.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.
No keep nets allowed.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in car park provided.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Moore Pool

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Moor pool is a smallish round ex clay pit in an attractive location near to Altrincham and Lymm. The size can, however, be deceiving as it contains some very large Carp apart from Perch, Crucians, Rudd and Bream.

Rules

No wading or swimming.
Barbless hooks only.
No Braided line allowed.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.
No keep nets allowed.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in lay by opposite gate.Maximum three cars only.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Dovehouse Pool

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Dovehouse Pool is just under two acres with a depth of 3’ to 10’ Known species are: large Common and Mirror Carp, small Carp, Crucian Carp, Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Chub and the odd Trout.

There are 28 pegs with parking for about fifteen cars.

 

Rules

No wading or swimming.
Barbless hooks only.
No Braided line allowed.
Night fishing allowed.All anglers must book on to night fish Tel 01270 820812
Fishing from stagings only.
Two rods allowed.
Keep nets must be emptied every 5 hours.
Keep net ban from the 1st March to 16th June.
No Carp to be kept in keep nets unless during a match.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking in car park provided.
No vehicles to be parked or driven on the grassed areas.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
No dogs or radios.
Please do not wander around the farm land.

All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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Border Fisheries Complex

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The Border Fisheries complex will provide fishing to suit any style or liking. Big specimen fish to small silver fish and everything in between. The views above are of the Specimen Pool and the Meridian Canal. There are a further six waters to fish on this complex which means that you could fish it for ever and still not grow tired. Border is also an Ideal venue for other organisations to book a match.

Border is a safe environment Ideal for all the family. Toilet, shop and catering facilities plus Bay Malton people on site all day to look after things. Ample car parking and a good venue for disabled anglers.

This is family fishing at its best. Whilst Bay Malton do run matches at Border there is plenty of room for everyone.

Entry to the complex is via a combintion lock,which the code can be found in your club card. Also you must read the rules that apply to Border.

Three Islands Pool

Is 28 peg water with good access and car parking. Well stocked with Roach, Rudd, Chub, Perch, Carp, Bream, Barbel and Golden Tench. There are three well-developed islands, which have been planted out with reeds and lilies to fish to.
Three islands pool is good winter water with lots of good quality Roach Bream and Chub to caster maggot and 4m pellets.
Try down the edge with meat or past for good size Barbel

The Meridian Canal

Is a 64-peg match venue and is a perfect circle with a good pathway all around it.
Well-suited for a 14m pole angler and is 13m across with a far shelf to fish to.
This water has been restocked in 2014 with 3500 common and mirror carp. It also holds a very good head of Roach, Rudd with the odd Barbel and Tench to 5lbs. Some specimen Perch to 4lbs+ and some good Bream.
Best method pole at 9 & 11m fish 4m soft hookers. Pellet, corn and meat feed 4m pellets every put in.

Robbie’s Pool

This pool has 24 pegs around it and will fish well all the Year around, some large Carp to 18lbs lots of good quality silver fish with the odd good Tench and Perch.
Best method fish down the edge with corn, meat or paste.
In the winter months fish caster & maggot on the pole. On the tip with a little maggot feeder, to catch good quality Roach and lots of Skimmers.

The Match Lake

This water has 49 pegs around it and has good access for disabled anglers.
The spring of 2014 saw the start of a stocking programme wiyh 1500 common and mirror carp introduced to this water.
The Match Lake has a good stock of big Carp up to 18lbs
Stocked with a lot of good quality Roach and Bream and can be good winter water for the silvers fish, using caster.
Summer time its Carp Carp and more Carp fish past down the edge keep feeding micros pellets or try the pellet waggler feeding 8m pellets 4 or 5 at a time and fish banded 8m half way across.
For the younger members fish 16m pole up in the water feeding pellet and using pellet on the hook.
The 5-hour match record stands at 253lbs set in 2011 by Alex Hulme, all on pole and pellet.

Gibbo’s Pool

The best junior water the club has lots of silver fish and Carp this water has good wheel chair access for our disabled members with a special staging to fish from.
There are 14 good stages to fish from this is a good winter water for the silver fish any peg well do fish maggot and caster or the small feeder
In the summer months fish down the edge for big carp up to 18lbs, fish pellet or paste.

The Specimen Lake

Some very big Carp in this water up to 20lbs+ fishes well all the year around lots of 4lbs+ Chub Tench Bream Barbel.
This water has 29 stages around it and has large island to fish to the best pegs are 16 to 26 fish pellet waggler to the island for good chub feeding 8m pellet and fishing 8m banded pellet or down the edge for big Carp using past feeding pellet
 

Stacey’s Pool
Following the netting of the Match Lake in December 2012 around 1,000lb of the larger carp, up to 20lb in weight, were moved to Stacey’s to make it the complex’s specimen fish water.
New rules were introduced for this water to protect the fish.As there is no night fishing allowed, bivvys are not permitted.
The full set of rules for Stacey’s can be found on a noticeboard by the pool

Rules

1. All anglers over 12 MUST have a current E.A rod license.
2. Strictly BARBLESS HOOKS ONLY. No micro barbed hooks or pinching of barbs.
No double hooking.
3. Maximum size hook 12
4. All feeders and bombs must be free running to a bead.
5. No floating pole, bubble floats or rattlers of any description.
6. The floating feeder or any derivation of such is not permitted.
7. All fish over 4oz MUST be landed by net.
8. No braided line for main line or hook-lengths.
9. Unused bait must not be thrown into the water or on the bank after fishing.
10. The feeding of floating baits is not permitted.
10. No tins allowed on the banks of the fishery.
12. No floating baits - Pop-up baits are allowed with a maximum 12 inch tail.
13. Feeder floats or any derivation of such is not permitted.
The maximum width of the top of a waggler is one inch.
14. Only one rod or pole to be in use at a time unless on Stacy’s Pool where two rods can be used.
BAIT LIMITS & BANS
Banned Baits: - Nuts, peas, beans, bloodworm & joker, cat or dog meat.
Groundbait: - A maximum of 1 kilo to be introduced by pole pot, feeder or
inline method feeder only.
Pellets: - Only the fishery carp pellets sold on site can be used for
feed.
The Maximum size for feeding is 8mm
You may use your own hooker pellets; Max size 10mm
Hook Baits Only, not to be fed: - Micro boilies; Max size 10mm, Macaroni Cheese

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Bath Pool

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Bath pool only has six pegs but they are set in beautiful surroundings that are sure to please most anglers. All the pegs are set well away from each other so you will have a feeling of spaciousness.

Known species Roach,Rudd,Chubb,carp,tench,bream,gudgeon,perch, and crucian carp.

CLOSED SEASON FROM MARCH 15TH TO JUNE 16TH

Rules

No wading or swimming.
Baits banned boillies,dog & cat food.
Barbless hooks only.
No Braided line allowed.
No night fishing allowed.
Fishing from stagings only.
One rod only allowed.
Keep nets must be emptied every 5 hours.
Keep net ban from the 1st March to 16th June.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
All anglers MUST have a current E.A rod license.
Parking on grass verge.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
Gates to be kept closed and locked at all times.
All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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River Dane

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The Bay Malton now controls six stretches of the Dane providing some of the best river fishing in this part of the world. All six stretches are different in character with tree lined banks to meandering through open field. Some very high banking, gravel runs, twists and turns, deep holes and even a weir in fact every challenge the river angler could want.

Chub, Roach, Dace, Grayling, Perch, Pike, Trout and Barbel, some into the doubles, are the fish you can target in the Dane.

CLOSED SEASON 15TH MARCH TO 16TH JUNE
FLY FISHING ONLY DURING CLOSED SEASON

On the Dane with Andy may - follow the links to 2 short videos:

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Rules

No night fishing.
Fishing from dawn till dusk.
One rod only.
Anglers under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Keep nets to be emptied every 5 hours.
No barbel to be kept in keep nets.
No tins allowed,all bait must be kept in bait boxes.
No braided line allowed.
Barbless hooks only.
Parking in car park only.
All Vehicles must display a club car sticker.
All litter to be taken home with you.
Anyone leaving litter will be dealt with as club rules.


All sightings of any cormorants on club waters MUST be reported to The Border Office Telephone 01270 820812.

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