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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 …

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 …

Risby Park Fisheries

19th Mar 2013

Risby Park Fisheries

Risby Park first opened for fishing approximately 25 years ago and now has 4 ponds.  Read more …

A12 Cuton Lakes

6th Mar 2014

A12 Cuton Lakes

Established circa 2002, A12 Cuton Lakes has been developed over the past few years into an increasingly popular fishery for both the pleasure anglers and those after the big carp, tench and bream which it now holds. It was as recently as 2013 when it was chosen to hold and be Official venue for the final of the 2013 Essex Carp Championships. Read more …

Carpers Paradise's Myths Pool Fishery

8th Apr 2015

Carpers Paradise's Myths Pool Fishery

Carpers Paradise’s newly named Myths Pools Fisheries opened its gates for the first weekend of fishing for the new season, (10th April 2015). They have during the winter period working hard at the Myths Pool to bring it into the 21st century. Read more …

Latest News

Ouch - Courts issue £177,720 in penalties to anglers

The Environment Agency revealed it prosecuted 691 people for angling offences throughout April, May and June 2017. In total, courts imposed penalties of £177,720, with the highest being £974. Some 314 offenders received penalties of over £300, ten times the price of a year’s legal fishing. Read more …

 

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