2 person boat. SATURDAY 9.30am -5.30pm AND SUNDAY SESSIONS 12noon – 7pm,
2 person boat. SHORT EVENING SESSIONS: 2nd May to 14th MAY, AND 1st AUGUST TO 15th AUGUST.
2 man boat. MAIN EVENING SESSION: 16th MAY TO 30th JULY
LATE DAY SESSIONS COMMENCE 2nd May, bookable 7 days in advance depending on availability.
SENIOR CITIZEN PAIRS: Two anglers per boat (Mondays and Wednesdays only). Catch and Release Only £27 per day boat, 2 fish limit £31, 4 Fish limit £35 per boat, 6 fish limit £39 per boat, 8 Fish limit £43 per boat.
2 man boat. ALL DAY/EVE TICKET : Mon-Friday only. Catch and Release Only £52 per boat,
SINGLE ANGLERS may hire a boat for a midweek session at £23 for a day (£31 at weekend) and £18 per evening for Catch and Release. For each additional fish add £2 up to a maximum of 4 fish. Subject to boat availability.
ADULT AND YOUTH TICKET: Youths (under 18) free when accompanied by a fishing adult.
CORMORANT YOUTH FISHING CLUB: Tuesdays during season £6 per person. Limit 1 fish.
PIKE FLY FISHING: All pike to be released unharmed. As per trout catch and release prices.
TUITION: A half day or whole day’s tuition, for all levels, can be arranged for individuals or groups. Prices available on request. ROD AND TACKLE HIRE: £6 per session (deposit required).
A COULAM adapted wheely boat or a MARK II wheely boat are available for use by those with wheel chairs or limited mobility. Cost /day £16 single rod catch and release (add £2 for each additional fish up to a maximum of 4). Two person boat; £22 per two rods catch and release (2 fish limit £26, 4 fish limit £30, 6 fish limit £34 and 8 fish limit £38), Evenings: £11 single rod catch and release (add £2 for each additional fish up to a maximum of 4) and £17 per two rods (£4 extra for each additional 2 fish up to a maximum of eight).
Two EARLY MORNING SESSIONS available on; Sat 18th and 25th June. 4am till 9am (electric engines only).
BASIC FISHERY RULES
Catch and release is allowed. Barbless or micro-barbed hooks are required. All fish under 11 inches to be returned. Fly fishing only. Only landing nets, unhooking mats, drogues and fish bags provided by fishery allowed in boats. No trawling, hand lining or bait. No anchoring or mooring. Maximum of three persons per boat, all of whom may fish. The Health and Safety Executive requires that buoyancy aids or life jackets provided must be worn. Landing on islands is forbidden. No interfering with nets or fixed equipment. For Fly pike fishing proper pike gear is required (hire/loan available, including debarbed single hooks (max size 6), unhooking pliers, mats and nets. All pike to be returned unharmed. Complete pike rules available at fishery or on the website.