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[24 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on New Peg | ]

I have made a new peg at the far right end of Heron Lake. This will now be peg 10 and bet it will be a flyer, hoping to draw this one in a match soon!! Need all the luck I can get!

New Peg 10

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[31 Oct 2012 | Comments Off on New Pellets | ]

We now have 6mm coarse fish pellets in stock. These are also £1.95 for 1/2 kilo and £2.95 for 1kilo. So we now have micro’s, 4.5mm & 6mm. Don’t forget it’s fishery pellet only if you want to loose feed pellets.

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[26 Jul 2012 | Comments Off on Micro Pellets | ]

We have started stocking micro coarse fish pellets. 1kg bag £2.95 1/2kg bag £1.95

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[22 May 2012 | Comments Off on Soft Hook Pellets now in stock | ]

We now have 4mm soft hook pellets. There are three flavours to choose from: F1 carp, garlic and halibut. So far I have tried the garlic pellet and they fished well. All are priced at only £2.50 each.

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[18 Feb 2012 | Comments Off on New Fish Stock | ]

We have just received new stock for the 2012 season. 200 Roach, 200 Bream and 210lb of Mirror Carp ranging from 8oz t0 2.5lb. We split the stock evenly between Fir Tree pond and Heron Lake. We also had an extra 25 carp which we put in Willow Pond. The fish have come from Priory Fisheries. The strains of Carp are the classic Leneys which are the original English strain farmed by Donald Leney, long scaly and a steady grower with more history than any other. The second strain is the German Dinkensbhul, which is shorter framed, less scaled Carp but with an incredible growth rate and is ideally suited for fishery life.

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[5 Feb 2012 | Comments Off on New Pegs | ]

I have completed work on peg numbers 11, 12, 13, and 14 on Fir Tree pond. I had already dug them out but never had time to complete them last year before we opened. They now have steps down to them and I have also made them larger. I have put in a timber retainer and filled them with wood chippings.

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[5 Feb 2012 | Comments Off on Solar Fencing | ]

We have now installed a solar panel to keep the battery topped up on the electric fencing. This not only cuts down on electricity to charge the batteries and help save the planet, but also saves my back, legs and arms! Thanks Julia for a great Christmas present.

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