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Pendle View Fishery is set in picturesque countryside near to the A59 at Barrow in the heart of the Ribble Valley between Preston and Clitheroe. Taken over by the Harnick Family in 2008 Pendle View has continued to develop and is now recognised as being the North West’s Premiere day ticket venue for Carp fishing, with Carp in excess of 43lb recorded.
 
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Day tickets available to anglers accompanied by a member of Bury and District Angling Society. Fishermans Way Tackle Shop, 01617 611 359
 
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Nestled amongst the hills of the Wet Pennine Moors, on the edge of the beautiful Rivington Country Park, lies one of the North's premier fly waters. This 200 year old reservoir is perfectly situated close to all the North's major motorways.The main reservoir at Curley's is over 200 year old having been made to supply water to a mill in the valley below. During it's history it has been a coarse fishery but in the main it has been a redundant facility over many years. That is until the current owners Steve and Helen Kershaw bought the land and...
 
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Stocks Reservoir is the largest fly fishery in the North West of England. Stocks Reservoir has Four and a half miles of fishable shoreline and 350 acres of open water. Situated at the head of the Hodder Valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Stocks has a wild and unspoiled quality the perfect place for a days fly fishing. Stocks Reservoir is under the same management as the renowned Bank House Fly Fishery in Caton near Lancaster and is extremely well stocked with quality triploid Rainbow, Brown and Blue trout reared in our own farms.Stocks Reservoir is now...
 
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Bank House Fly Fishery was opened in 1974 by local vet and his wife, David and Jan Dobson. They still manage the fishery today 33 years on, which I believe is a record for a British still water fishery. They have now been joined by their son Ben and together they also run Stocks Reservoir. At 2½ acres Bank House is only a small water, but it has been carefully planned and designed with fly fishing and wildlife in mind. A total of twelve small islands are scattered over the water giving the fishery a network of slow...
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