Stillwater Trout

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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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Farletonview Fishery provides excellent facilities including the fisherman’s lodge where everyone is welcome - ideal to get together for the ‘crack’ at lunchtime. Our main lake is regularly stocked with top quality hard fighting rainbow & blues. Excellent top of the water venue with abundant fly life. Top flies to catch are buzzers and small dries in summer. With a good sedge hatch and plenty of daddys later on. Bloodworms being our top winter pattern. Browns are stocked for sport fishing. Providing excellent fishing all year round in spring fed water....
 
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Both Lochs are on average 5 acres in size each and approximately 26ft to 35ft deep at the deepest point. Loch Cleugh sits at 1020 feet, and Loch Lyoch sits at 960 feet above sea level. Both lochs are decommissioned reservoirs that were built in late 1880s and 1910 to supply Lanark and the surrounding area with their drinking water. Due to the Geology surrounding the lochs and their altitude above the agricultural line, the water is very clean and clear supplying a wonderful environment for wild stocks of brown trout and stocked rainbow trout to flourish and grow.The...
 
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Avington Trout Fishery, near Winchester, Hampshire, is one of the oldest stillwater trout fisheries in the country, famous for its clear water stalking and the big fish it produces. Our Tackle Shop is now open...The venue is also renowned for the varied fishing on offer, either on three lakes stocked with quality trout from our own fish farm, or on a half mile double bank stretch of a carrier fed by the River Itchen. The excellent fishing is matched by the beautiful surroundings. The lakes are set in the peaceful Itchen Valley on land once part of the...
 
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Situated in 20 acres of picturesque and peaceful farmland. Aldin Grange boasts five well stocked lakes brimming with fish - two trout (fly only), two coarse and one competition (match only). Our Trout Fishing Lakes (Troutmaster Water) are fly only (barbless). There are three types of trout - Rainbow, Brown and Blue Trout. Only the Rainbow Trout may be killed and taken. The Trout vary in size from the smaller 1lb fish to the larger 15lb fish. The lakes all have easy maintained access with help on site which is ideal for disabled and elderly anglers....
 
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The fishery is situated in an attractive woodland valley on the Duke of Norfolk's Estate at Arundel, West Sussex. Although only a few minutes from the centre of the town, with its distant view of the cathedral, it provides an ideal and tranquil venue for fly fishing.Originally only two lakes, Chalk Springs was created in 1984 on the site of old watercress beds. The many changes to the fishery and fish-farm over the years, including the addition of two more lakes in 1986, have helped to make Chalk Springs one of the premier small stillwater trout fisheries in England.The...
 
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Chatton Trout Fishery is open every day from 8:30am.The fishery boasts impressive views overlooking the Cheviot Hills in a beautiful tranquil setting. 'Chatton Lake' is 4 acres and 'Ross Lake' is approx 3 acres, both lakes are stocked with Rainbow, Blue and Brown Trout (all Brown Trout must be returned to the lake). They are both all bank fishing lakes with no obstructions for casting. As a big 'thank you' to our anglers we now have 'Loyalty Cards'. After the purchase of five fishing permits the Loyalty Card entitles you to your next visit to the Fishery...
 
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Fly fishing & Bait fishing Two lakes, stocked daily 1st class fishing since 2002 The fishery Closed another very successful year of Trout Fishing  at the end of the day on 29 November 2009.During December and January we will be doing necessary improvements and repairs to the fishery with the idea of re opening early February.
 
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Situated in the grounds of Witton Castle, in the heartland of the picturesque Wear valley, the fishery is just off the A68, South of the River Wear and the village of Witton le Wear.Open throughout the year, we provide excellent fly-fishing for top-quaility trout in over 20 acres of water. being set in open parkland means that angles have access to more than 2 miles of bank space without any major obstacles to casting.We welcome anglers of all standards. The Fisheries Officers - Colin Douglas and Tom Osborne - are on hand to give guidance and advice. Casting and...
 
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Moorhen Trout Fishery is set in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of the renowned Meon Valley in Hampshire. Within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty we are situated in the picturesque village of Warnford on the A32 and within easy reach of Winchester, Portsmouth and Southampton.Under new family ownership since October 2007, we hope to encourage new (and old!) anglers to enjoy this wonderful environment with us. The 3 acre lake is fed by natural springs and is adjacent to the River Meon. Regularly re-stocked, the crystal clear water is full of lively and healthy rainbow trout ranging from...
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