Snake lake shall be closed for 2015 to carry out some maintenance work. Sorry to all those who love fishing this lake but the improvements will make better conditions for all the stock and anglers to have a cracking 2016 year.
Hi All, We hope our update finds you all well! Delighted to see a little sunshine brining more of you to the lakes! So what’s been happening? The awful weather has given us a slow start to the year, however, things are now picking up. Snake was fishing beautifully at the weekend, the warm weather heated things up nicely and the recent club match, were delighted with the results. All other lakes are fishing well, but a little more sun will improve things no end!
Hi All, I’m looking to organise an open charity fishing match July 27th 2013 on Centre Lake. Your day ticket to participate will be £10. So if any one would like to take part in this, please let me know. Please call the office on 01306 631573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Many thanks Jo
There will be a new change of rules for BEAN LAKE ONLY! Boys and girls you will be pleased to hear that from 1st OCTOBER 2012 we have agreed to allow two rods on Bean Lake only. Your normal day ticket of £10 will apply with an extra £8 for the second rod. So that’s a total of £18 for two rod fishing. There is also a change to our Pike Fishing Rules. You are no longer allowed to use treble hooks. From the 1st of October you are to use two single hooks on a trace only (Barbless hooks only)
£50 Reward Given For Rouge Carp!! Unfortunately there is a rouge carp in both Guinea and Copse Meadow Lakes. How it got there we don’t know but we want it out as soon as possible! It’s mating with our Crucian Carp and creating a hybrid we don’t want. They are between 7 to 10 lb. So £50 goes to the anglers who are fortunate enough to catch either the Guinea Lake Carp or the Copse Meadow Lake Carp. Please call the office 01306 631573 or Chris on his mobile 07787 185858 if you catch them.
Fishing Update We hope our update finds you all well, glad to see the weathers allowing a lot more of you to join us on the lakes. Guinea Lake All lakes are fishing really really well. Young Alex Haigh and Jake Creasey did exceptionally well on Guinea, both landing around 71 fish consisting of Crucian, Bream and Tench. The boys and a large amount of our anglers are using just maggot on Guinea and getting great results.
On the grounds that summer doesn’t seem like it’s coming I thought I’d give you all an update, because it will never happen if we wait for the summer! So the farms exciting news is little baby George! Mel and Chris were blessed with a beautiful little boy, so when the weather brightens up I’m sure your all get to meet him as Mel walks around the lakes.
Well what bad weather we have all been having but when did that put off a true angler (hee hee) so we were please to see some of you braving the wet weather. Obviously the cold weather plays havoc with the Carp spawning, this tends to happen when the temperature reaches 21 degrees where as at the moment we are fluctuation between 7-10 degrees, so roll on the warmer weather!
A happy new year to all our fishing men and women, now you can all get out of the house and back to your rods catching some great specimens. All lakes are open (except if they freeze over) and we have been having some great catches over the Christmas period.
On the 4th of August Pat Hill organised her annual childrens fishing match at Stammerham Farm, all three lakes were used and the ages of the children varied from four years to 18 years, and just to make the day even more special Bob Nudd was there to give fishing tips and tropheys to all the winners. The over all winner was George Hunt in the 11-13 age group, his winning weight was 65lb 2oz and no suprise that he fished Jenny lake, his picture with Bob Nudd is on our website under Jenny lake gallery. The following are the winners of each group. 4-10 age group