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Bain Valley Fisheries

18th Mar 2014

Bain Valley Fisheries

Bain Valley Fisheries can be found in the picturesque village of Tattershall Thorpe deep in the heart of rural Lincolnshire. Set in farmland, the 7 lakes are all from old quarry pits and up to 11ft deep. There is on peg parking at every lake providing good access for disabled anglers. Day and night fishing is available. The farm has a caravan club site with pitches for 5 caravans. Read more …

Kelsey Gardens

19th Mar 2013

Kelsey Gardens

Kelsey Gardens is an area of parkland containing two lakes and woodland situated near the village of Burstwick in the Holderness area of East Yorkshire. Read more …

A1 Pits - South Muskham Fisheries

6th Mar 2014

A1 Pits - South Muskham Fisheries

A1 Pits - South Muskham Fishery is a coarse fishing venue located in Nottinghamshire. The venue comprises six lakes, ranging in size and an exclusive scenic stretch of the River Trent. It is ideal for those starting out in fishing as well as those well versed in the craft of angling. There is ample parking available around the complex, with the majority of pegs with near by parking. Read more …

Decoy Lakes

18th Mar 2014

Decoy Lakes

Acclaimed as one of the UK’s leading coarse fisheries and part of Hassocks & District Angling Society Ltd (Incorporating Burgess Hill), Decoy Lakes offers everything the match and pleasure angler could need.  Decoy is suitable for disabled access. The path around the lake is level, reasonably flat and covered with large gravel. Read more …

SunnyBank Pond

16th Jul 2013

SunnyBank Pond

A new Fishing venue to East Yorkshire only opened to the public in July 2013 SunnyBank Pond. It sports a range of course fish for the avid angler. Quite a compact lake with high banks so you need to be agile to asscend to the dug in pegs. Nearby onsite parking, and camping if you wish to make a week of it.   Read more …

Latest News

Blitz Nets Illegal Anglers

Environment Agency Fisheries Enforcement Officers in the North East checked almost 400 rod licences during spring bank holiday patrols.

The blitz to check anglers were fishing legally saw bailiffs net 14 people for offences on rivers and stillwaters over the weekend.  A total of 14 anglers out of 389 checked were found to be in breach of rod licence and close season legislation and were reported for it. Read more …

 

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