Category Archive: Lakes

Apr 28

Pebmarsh Lake Willow Tree Harvesting

WILLOW

Harvesting starts monday 2nd May 2016. There will be limited fishing and car park area availible during this time. The disruption will effect different banks and means they will be closed to members for safety reasons. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD as we missed the papers dead line this week. (Pictures from 2007 harvest at Pebmarsh)

Apr 13

Skimmers move in to Domsey

Domsey

The club are pleased to be able to tell you that in excess of 3000 Skimmer bream ranging up to a pound in weight have been stocked in Domsey. Reports are already getting back that members have caught several among the Roach, Rudd and Carp. The club plans to stock a few more species like …

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Jun 28

New Domsey Car Park

New Domsey Car Park

We are pleased to inform members that with immediate effect the car park at Domsey is now finished. Can everybody please make sure they park in the car park and not in the track beside the barn and stile. Please park correctly and think of others, as we are not the only users of this …

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Jun 26

Restocking Programme

The club has carried out a two day restocking programme on their Pebmarsh Lake and Boley Reservoir club waters, this took place Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th June and saw their former water at Fullers, Brick Wall farm netted. 2500lb of carp, bream, roach, rudd and crucian carp were transferred to the two waters, with the bulk of the …

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May 23

New Notice Board

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There is now a new notice board at Boley Road, like the one at Domsey. This will help the club relay messages to members who are unable to access the web site.  Pebmarsh lake will also be having one very soon.

May 22

Lakes are fishing well

Both Pebmarsh and Boley Reservoir have been fishing well with reports of good size carp coming from both waters, a lot of tench being caught from Pebmarsh, and Boley has been producing a lot of good roach with a few tench to 6lb plus and bream in excess of 9lb. Members are urged to send in …

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