River Beult, Hunton

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 precisely each venues location.

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Location: Old Pig Pens parking

Best time of day varies with the weather conditions. There is usually a dead patch in the early afternoon for an hour or so. Having said that, fish are caught throughout the day & night. Dusk / dawn appear best. Hot bright summer days worst. - Phil S.

Species Method(s) Comment
Bleak, Rudd, Roach, Perch, Chubb, Pike, Bream, Tench & Carp - Common; Mirror Ledger & float




Ledger
float



Ledger & float


Ledger & float
Float
Float

Ledger & float

Float
Tench - boillies (mini to 14); sweetcorn, maggot, bread & worm. In the Summer use 10-12lb main line as they head for lily pads. 6 to 8lb on the bottom.
 
Carp -
Boillies (mini to 14); sweetcorn, luncheon meat.
floating bread.
In the Summer use 10-12lb main line as they head for lily pads. 6 to 8lb on the bottom.
 
Bream - sweetcorn, maggot caster & worm and combinations of these.
 
Roach - sweetcorn, maggot caster, hemp & bread.
Rudd - sweetcorn, maggot caster, hemp & bread.
Bleak - sweetcorn, maggot caster, hemp & bread.
 
Perch - maggot & worm.
 
Chubb - luncheon meat, maggot & bread. A few mainly taken from low numbered swims downstream of bridge in the Autumn & Winter months.
 
Pike - ledgered & wobbled deadbaits; lures

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