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Posted by in Latest News on October 02, 2019 .


Well done to Luke and Tayla on winning Septembers Fish of the Month competition. Here are just 4 of the 12 fish they had between them on Moat Pond on a very productive afternoon session. They win a free session next time they come down.

Posted by in Latest News on August 21, 2019 .

Afternoon guys and girls, following on from our recent post regarding an annual membership scheme, we are very pleased to announce that after lots of interest we have decided to go ahead with it. 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 £250 for full adults and £100 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...

Posted by in Latest News on August 01, 2019 .


Summer Holiday Junior Fishing Promotion

As we are always keen to promote and see youngsters on the bank, Beaver Fishery are pleased to announce that during the Summer School Holidays, we are offering  a special deal to encourage more of the next generation to get off their X Box and out on the bank. Till the end of the Summer Holidays a paying day ticket adult can bring down a Junior angler and they can fish for free from 7am till 7pm. It’s a good excuse for the Parents or Grandparents to get out the house and spend some time with the kids doing something you all enjoy. Whether it’s their 1st time or they are already anglers,...

Posted by in Latest News on March 01, 2019 .
Ben and I are very pleased to announce that we have taken delivery of over 1000 new F1`s and stocked them into Maze Lake. Maze Lake has been fishing hard recentley so the owners have invested into the fishery once again, continuing our on going improvements to the fishery. 
We believe that this new stock will make a massive difference to not only the matches we have on Maze Lake but for all day anglers too. 
Thank you to Jason and Erika who own and run Babylon Fish Farm for supplying us with these stunning looking fish.
We all at Beaver Fishery hope you will have an enjoyable time coming down to...

Posted by in Latest News on March 01, 2019 .

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.


Posted by in Latest News on November 24, 2018 .

After the heartbreak of having to close the lake and losing some of the stock during the unprecedented summer heat wave Andy and I are pleased to announce that once again the fishery has invested in some stunning new stock.
The new mirrors that were introduced range between 9-13lb. We had already removed some of the smaller stock in the spring so Daughters Lake will now hold a stock of around 90 carp including ghosties, commons and mirrors to mid doubles and grass carp to low 20`s.
With the progressive growth rates of the 2017 stocked carp and these new carp it will certainly be a lake for now and the future.
Here`s to a cooler and...

Posted by in Latest News on November 06, 2017 .

We would like to introduce to you 5 of the new residents of Snipe Lake. We had 15 of these stunning fish from V.S Fisheries delivered today. They range from just under 14lb to 17lb. These fish are not yet 5 years old and will pile on the weight over the next few years. As usual these fish were weighed, photographed and micro-chipped by us so we can keep an eye on their growth rates. The Snipe Lake population now stands at 55 carp, which for a 2 acre lake offers the fish plenty of room to grow and lead a healthy life, while keeping the angler thinking
We will as usual expect all fishery rules to be adhered to so the welfare of each and...