Lake near Eden Bridge

On this page we give some pointers on how, when and where to catch the fish. Much depends on the time of the year, weather, equipment being used and finally and perhaps most importantly, your own ability. Much of the information given has been gleaned from the Bailiffs, who themselves regularly fish the various venues.

For the protection of our waters against poaching, we have not identified precisley each venues location.

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Our Terry (Bennett) with his Granddaughter - 2001
View of showing redesigned frontage - 2001
Lilypad swim with redesigned frontage - 2001
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Darren catching another good size Carp

Darren catching another good size Carp

 

A very rare fully scaled Mirror - 2001 (PH)

A very rare fully scaled Mirror - 2001 (PH)

 

Tackle should not be too light, or large fish will be left with hooks and line embedded in their mouths - which must be avoided. The use of barbless hooks will help to ensure the fish population does not become damaged when hooked.

It is not necessary to fish out in the middle, many of the larger fish are caught within a rod length of the bankside.

Species Method(s) Comment
Roach, Perch, Bream
 
Carp - Common; Mirror
Float
 
Floating baits
Ledger
Baits are : bread, maggot, sweetcorn, dog biscuits, luncheon meat, salami, trout pellet paste and all the usual home made mixtures.

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