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Moorlane

One of this years stockies 10lb 8oz caught on float fished maggots. Top skills Mike Bowron (Moorlane Long Lake)

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Moorlane Front lake

I asked Mike one of our Bailiff’s to do a bit of a fish Survey at Moorlane front lake. This resulted in 88 fish caught mostly Rudd with a couple of Roach. A great afternoon/evenings fishing and very enjoyable

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Thank you

A massive thank you to All the Bailiff,s and committee members that have come out this week and helped out on the river. 6 new swims made and countless swims repaired. Your help really keeps this club going. very very much appreciated.

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Bailiff Report

Hi all I had a couple of pints of maggots that were turning so I went down Moor Lane front lake to try for some of them bream and I wasn’t disappointed had 7 bream all between 1.5 and 2lb and 22 rudd.
What was nice to see was all the fish were on colour and really healthy. Another angler turned up about 1.30 just as I was leaving he was setting up on front lake too.

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Recent Moorlane capture’s

Original Common

The pictures are of some of the recent captures at Moorlane. As you can see the new stocked fish are making the original,s get there heads down.

New stockie
Original Mirror
Original Mirror
Original Mirror
Original Common
Stockie
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Moorlane Stocking

Hi All

Today (1/2/22) we had some fish delivered to stock both lakes at Moorlane. We stocked the long lake with 32 Mirror Carp weights ranging from 5lb 8oz to 17lb 8oz. We also stocked 300lb of Bream in to the front lake weights ranging from 1lb to 2lb to help give both lakes a boost. We plan to continue stocking both lakes Later this year or early next year. It will be more Carp in the long lake and we are looking for Roach or maybe Crucian carp in the front lake, possibly both. If you would like anything else to be considered please put forward you requests at one of the club meetings.

Tightlines The Bailiff Team

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Work Party

Moor Lane Work Party

Sat 5th and Sun 6th of February,

Sat 5th and Sun 6th of March,

Everyone welcome including furture members wishing to join next season.

Please bring tools for cutting trees and branches or just yourselfs as many hands make light work. This is a very good way to get to no the waters as you will have the whole bailiff team there with all there Knowledge of the Lakes.

Thanks The Bailiff Team

 

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URGENT MESSAGE

IMPORTANT MESSAGE!!
Due to the gate code being compromised and used for the illegal use of motorcycles to access the pit area across the river at Hithermoor. We have no option other than to change the gate codes to all our Fisheries. This will happen tomorrow at 3:30 at Hithermoor and 4:30pm at Moorlane. You should have received a text with the new gate code within the last hour. If you haven’t please contact the membership secretary with your name and membership number. Please don’t ask any of the Bailiffs for the code as they all been instructed not to give it out. Can I remind all members that the security of our fisheries is taken very seriously. When entering or exiting any of the gates you must insure that the code doesn’t become public knowledge or leave it on the code/ one digit off. It must be tumbled every time. This is a major rule break and could bring us into disrupt with our Landload.
We Hope you all have the best Christmas you can under the current circumstances.
Regards
The Bailiff Team and Committee
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Fish Care

Fish care is the most important thing to get right. We spend our time waiting for our prize. Taking care of them once caught is the main priority. Before removing from water make sure your ready, unhooking mat laid out and wet, weight sling out and wet, scales zeroed, camera set up. Once all this has been prepared your then ready to get the fish. When lifting out of water insure it’s fins are ok and not bent back( you wouldn’t like someone bending your arm behind your back) weigh your prize over the unhooking mat, take pictures over the unhooking mat. When returning to the water you must give them time to recover before releasing. It is best to do this in your landing net but hold fish with your hand. Once the fish feels strong enough it will kick off and you will no it’s ok. Barbel are majestic creatures and give there all in the fight so do take sometime to recover this especially applies to them. But it is equally important to take care of every fish no matter what it is or it’s size. If anyone is unsure about fish care please speak to a bailiff or call. Equally if you witness any poor fish care it is important to report it but much better to correct it there and then by educating the Person.
We all want to enjoy this sport for years to come. Fish care will ensure that happens. My number is in your rule book
Head Bailiff
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Guest Tickets

Brps guest tickets are now available please contact secretary 48 hrs in advance when booking with guest name and date required night/24hr tickets £10 lakes only. Once new season starts there will be no guest tickets for the first two weeks.