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  • Mallard - lakelandfisherysite
    built in 1998 and is well established with aquatic plant life and floribunda The carp initially introduced have flourished into specimen fish to the degree that in 2001 carp where regularly being caught in excess of 30lb Hence the regular anglers refer to this lake as the carp lake Species Size Carp 40 lb Tench 10lb Bream 13lb Rudd 4lb Roach 4lb Rudd Bream Hybrid 5 lb Roach Bream Hybrid

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  • Heron - lakelandfisherysite
    occasional willow tree This lake is a favourite for both match and pleasure anglers as it contains a large head of all species and an abundance amount of tench During the summer months catches are mainly made up of tench with match weights in excess of 100 lb On a average day in summer most pleasure anglers are easily looking at 50 tench in one sitting Species Size Carp Up

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  • KingFisher - lakelandfisherysite
    latest addition to the fishery constructed in 2000 A center island covered in willow trees gives shade and protection and an abundance of insect life for the fish This lake is ideal for the pole angler as the width to the island is only 13 meters and is stocked with different types of carp ranging from 3 4 lb to 3 5 lb Matches in 2003 have required weights in

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  • River Section - lakelandfisherysite
    Complex River Section River Section The river section is part of the river shannon and is the most beautiful and idyllic setting you could wish for This section was used in the roosky festival and 40 Kg was required to frame consisting of bream hybrids and roach This part of the river is the main gateway for all salmon and sea trout on the way up river for spawning Below

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  • Fish - lakelandfisherysite
    the water Its main diet consists of small crustaceans insect larvae and fallen insects also aquatic plants Essentially the Rudd is a shy feeder therefore angling tackle should be kept light and every effort must be made not to spook the shoal once one of it s members have been caught A hooked fish needs to be guided away from the shoal quickly Roach The Roach is a member of the Carp family with relatively large scales firmly embedded in it s skin It has a dark brown or grey back with a bluish or greenish lustre silvery white sides and a white belly The Roach is generally found living in shoals and often feeds at all levels Roach initially tend to be shy and the bites may often appear as little more than a knock or dip of the float but once they become confident the bites will become more positive Bream The Common Bream has a strikingly deep body with highly compressed sides and a distinctive mouth Its dark back frequently has a greenish tinge with silvery grey sides and a whitish belly Bream generally are found in large shoals especially when young favoring deep slow or still water Bream tend to shoal and move casually around looking for food The Bream has not got a reputation though as a fighting fish generally coming to the net with little resistance Once a shoal starts to feed any fish hooked needs to be pulled away from the remainder quickly otherwise the shoal will be spooked and will move on Tench The Tench is a bottom dwelling fish feeding on crustaceans larvae and bloodworms and is generally found in small shoals A feeding fish often releases a stream of tiny bubbles that can be seen on the surface The Tench

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  • Fish for Sale - lakelandfisherysite
    Links Sitemap Fish for Sale FISH IMPORTERS EXPORTERS WHOLESALER DISTRIBUTOR BREEDER OF TROPICAL COLD WATER FISH Showing 5 items Description In Stock Sort Sort Description In Stock Koi Red Registered Specialist Transporter Reg No RT 012 Mirrow Carp out of

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  • Rules - lakelandfisherysite
    is held responsible for litter on his her peg or nearby unless the management is notified of previous abuse NO dispersing of litter fishing line or cigarette ends 1 rod in use at a time only NO trout pellets All feed pellet must be purchased from our lodge This rule was implemented because of misuse by Anglers All feed is computerised the exact amount that enters the waters is known ALL varieties of paste can be used on the fishery NO PASTE or MEAT of any description to be loose fed into your swim NO groundbait Cat meat floating baits Artificial Baits boilies hemp or nuts of any description are allowed Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult LANDING NETS must be used and the fish handled with care all fish must be returned straight back to the water NETS MUST BE DIPPED BEFORE FISHING manufactured barbless please no crushed filed or nipped barbs NO Keepnets allowed BARBLESS HOOKS ONLY NO rods to be left unattended NO FEEDER OR BOMB FISHING including polaris No Float Ledgering Float Fishing Only NO braid or electronic bite alarms NO FISHING between pegs NO pets allowed ALL anglers must

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  • Twitter - lakelandfisherysite
    Weather Fishing Match Results 2010 Match Results Complex Mallard Heron KingFisher River Section Fish Fish for Sale Rules Twitter Videos Contact Us Links Sitemap Twitter Sign in Recent Site Activity

    Original URL path: http://www.lakelandfishery.com/twitter (2016-05-02)
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