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Pits 1 to 3 Info

The use of permanently fixed leads or bent hooks are not allowed.
Unhooking mats should always be used for any fish.
Rods must not be left unattended.
Minimum breaking strain of reel line is 12lb.

There are no bait restrictions in pit's 1,4,5,6 and all multiple baits such as seeds, nuts, peas and beans must be well soaked, well cooked and used in moderation.

Please note.. a ban on nuts in pit's 2 and 3 has been put into place,so please no nut's of any type in these two pit's only....

No fish to be taken away or introduced and no fish to be transferred to other waters on the complex, without permission of the owner.

All litter, even the smallest items are to be taken home, and anyone found with litter near them will be held responsible for it and will be banned.

Junior anglers on site under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

The use of bait boats is strictly prohibited at any time

Open fires are not permitted anywhere on the fishery, the use of barbeque equipment is however it is your responsibility to ensure the ground is not burnt.
All embers and remnants of the barbeque must be removed from the fishery.

All fishermen must hold an Environment Agency rod license, or two licences if three rods
are being used and must obey the Environment Agency by-laws including close season regulations (river only). Environment Agency Bailiffs are welcomed onto the complex on a regular basis.

People enter the site for the purpose of fishing only, and are on the property at their own risk.

Fish care, please ensure the return of all fish as soon as possible ensuring fish have suficiantly recovered before release, especially with Barbel during warmer months when oxygen levels are low.

Please see Barbel Society Handling Code

Firearms/Guns - Shooting is strictly prohibited on the A1 Pits complex. At NO time, in NO situation, should anyone bring a firearm to the site. Anyone found with a firearm of any description will be banned immediately!

The use of breakaway type sea fishing leads are banned.


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