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Rejuvenation Work Continues As 2019 Matches Approach

Much needed ground work continues at the fishery in advance of this year's match season, which begins in April. New fishery manager, Ben Hughes, has been keen to make his mark since taking over in October last year and has started by removing a large number of trees around both main match lakes.

This is the first of many changes in the pipeline here at the fishery with more plans in the near future to spend time (and money) on essential repairs and improvements to pegs.

"There's a lot of work to be done between now and when our matches start, but we're making good progress. We've already removed a considerable amount of wood from around the Island pool, but now that part of the job is complete, I think anglers will notice a massive change for the better. We're now a couple of weeks into work on the Woodside pool and it's going well" - Ben Hughes.

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If you have any questions regarding the work being undertaken, please don't hesitate to contact us.


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