LATEST TICKET NEWS
We are now down to the last few tickets on all the lakes for this season.
Interest free easy payment cheque spread or standing order available on all tickets.
Stanford Hall Big Lake has done loads of quality fish to 34-02 since the new season started on May 1st. Graham Beers caught the “Big Girl” at a lake record 34-02 and many of the new members have caught on their first visit including Garry Farr with this nice 25-10 mirror Last few tickets available
Lords Ground is another deep venue which is just coming out of its winter slumber. Plenty of fish now showing and getting caught. Lords has come on leaps and bounds in the last couple of seasons with a few fish edging past the 30lb mark. In fact the second week in May saw an angler catch the venues first brace of thirty pounders along with a back up twenty. We are expecting Lords to really push on this season and in the next few weeks there should be plenty more action. Last few tickets available
The Lavers is producing consistently now the weather is getting warmer. Biggest recently being a 34lb mirror with 3 other thirties in the past week. Theres been a few low to mid twenties caught which we have not been able to match up on our stocking records. These are carp that have been born and bred in the lake and are doing very well. Last few tickets available – 3 Midweek & 2 Full
Stanford Hall Small Lake is seeing lots of fish being caught with stockies and originals coming out to 33lb Last few tickets available
Hasse Fen as always producing plenty of thirties this time of year. Still not fully woke up but half a dozen thirty plus fish up to 36-08 were caught over Easter weekend Sold Out
LORDS GROUND DECEMBER 2014 UPDATE
- 22lb previously uncaught fully scaled
- 30-12 last graced the bank at 21-06 Sept 2011
- 20lb plus part of Pete's December 4 fish catch.
- Another rarely caught md twenty!!
- Another one of the old warriors
- Nice 27 pounder
- Long linear - probably another first capture
- Proper leather
- One of Lords long hard fighting commons
Peter Brown has had a good season over Lords which has continued right into the colder months. There are a lot of uncaught / rarely caught carp in Lords that can become pre-occupied on the abundant natural food present of which there are vast quantities!. On his last session,just before Christmas, Pete managed to turn their heads and land four of these elusive fish including this very nice previously uncaught 22lb fully scaled and mirrors 30-12 and 20-04.
Tickets now available for the new season starting on May 1st priced at only £275.