We are very pleased to announce that we are continuing our stocking programme here at the fishery again this year with the arrival of 30 C4 carp that were introduced into Majors Lake. Our ongoing investment into the fishery is continuing and we are sure these stunning fish will be a great addition to the lake. Here is a selection of just a few of the beautiful fish that are now calling Majors Lake their home. Happy Days.
A very well done to Mark Slade who wins October`s Fish of the Month competition. On his 1st session back with us in 2 years he managed to bank 18 cats including a 50, a 62 and this new personal best of 74-10 which was also the biggest cat out this year. Well done Mark, a free session is yours.
Some more great news for the day anglers that love to fish for tench.
Afternoon guys and girls, we are very pleased to announce that after lots of interest we have decided to go ahead with the annual membership scheme once again. Please read paragraph below which will confirm the rules and regulations.
The membership will be limited to the first 100 anglers to fill out an application form which will be available to collect from the on site tackle shop. The membership fee will be £325 for full adults and £175 for Juniors, Seniors (65+) and Disabled. Your completed form along with 2 passport photos and payment can be returned to Andy or Ben who will issue you a temporary ticket which must be kept a s a...
THE STOCKING CONTINUE'S!!!
Good morning all, we are pleased to announce that our 2020 Autumn stocking programme has moved onto Snipe Lake. We have just added 5 new VS Fisheries C5 Carp. With weights rangeing from 15-10 to 17-12, these new fish will be a great addition to the lake. Snipe Lake will now have a stock of around 60 fish. So while not a prolific lake, as we have seen over the last few years the original and previous stock fish we introduced are steadily putting on weight and are in great condition. Below are the 5 fish we have introduced. Happy Days!
Ben and I are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with the Anglers National Line Recycling Scheme. The ANLRS is run on a purely voluntary basis and working with fisheries, tackle shops and anglers hopefully they can encourage us all to re-cycle our old fishing line.
We have 3 bins in our on site tackle shop, for Mono, Braid or Fluorocarbon so if you have any old line we encourage you to use it next time you visit us.