Monthly Archives: December 2012

Swim Number 3 – The Bay

Swim number 3 “The Bay” was not the easiest to create it must be said.  I had been out on the lake in my boat and decided where I wanted it to be, it was simply a question of access. … Continue reading

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Swim Number 2 – The Meadow

The Meadow was one of the easiest of our swims to create, the basic shape was there and the access was good.  All I had to do really was reinforce the bank, cut back a bit of foliage here and … Continue reading

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Swim Number 1 – Brian’s Bay

The beauty about starting from scratch is that you are not bound by anything that has been done previously, your only limitation is your own imagination, and maybe the fear of hard work, but hey ho, who would let a … Continue reading

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New Stock Phase 6

The final phase of this year’s stocking programme finished today, and what a day’s carp fishing it has been.  As well as an extra 50kgs of silver fish, mainly roach but also a few gudgeon and perch, we selected another … Continue reading

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Stock Ponds

Well no fish this week I’m afraid.  The farmer who owns the lake that we are going to net next has decided that he wants his children to be present to see the netting and to see all of the … Continue reading

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