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News A net dip has been installed at Moor Farm fishery. ALL anglers are required to dip their nets BEFORE starting to fish, the dip has been installed at the entrance to the fishery by the car park, you have to walk past the dip to get to the lakes, so there is no excuse not to dip your nets prior to fishing. When parking your car at Goose Green please be considerate towards other members and park in a…
Following one the coldest starts to the year anyone can remember, the past few weeks have seen a steady flow of thirties reported from both the Old Lake and Temple Lake with yet another Temple thirty reported this weekend.
Robin Ellis was the lucky angler to bag the latest Temple thirty, this time a plump 31lb mirror. Fishing a very similar method to that of Sean Howard who bagged the brace of thirties last week, Robin fished small pieces of chopped up white pop up to the open water in front of peg 10 with no loose feed catching his first Temple fish of the year around mid afternoon. Carrying tag number 141609, this stunning fish which is also…
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