Willow Croft Fisheries

Willowcroft Fisheries/Seadyke Rd, Wisbech PE13 4SD

Willowcroft Fisheries offers you a unique Fishing experience on a purpose built complex for all levels of fishermen with carp up to 48lb and Catfish 86lb All anglers wishing to fish six islands will have to become a member as this is now a members only lake To become a member you need two passport photographs and £36 the memberships will last until the end of april 2014 Tariffs SIX ISLANDS LAKE Carp to 48lbs and Catfish to 68lb over 370 fish in total. The depth of Six Islands is between 10-12ft & 8 acres of water, with many island features, neatly presented and easily accessible swims.Which are pegged out so every anglers knows where they are fishing So call the office and book a place on our six island''s lake £24 2 rods for 24 hours £30 3 rods for 24 hours SEADYKE LAKE - DAY TICKET ONLY Seadyke lake: We have carp to 20lb with also your normal course fish which will provide a great days fishing, If you want a course angling experience of a life time then pack your gear and head down to Willowcroft Fisheries ,For a day you wont forget Day tickets £6 per rod (all day fisherman have to be of the fishery by 7 pm in the summer months and of 1 hour before dark in the winter months) CAFE LAKE Cafe lake is a runs water and have carp up to 38lb and catfish up to 40lb,this is a day and night fishing lake. £9 for 1 rod £12 fo 2 rods £6 extra to stay for the Night ( minimum of 2 rods per 24 hours) GRANDAD`S LAKE £6 for 1 rod MATCH LAKES Match fishing is only £6 per person RULES FOR PLEASURE FISHING ( Instant ban if not obeyed and no refunds) All fisherman have to report and pay at reception before any fishing. No oversize fishing hooks (minimum hook 10, maximum hook 4) No barbed hooks, no treble hooks No keep nets unless supplied by the fishery (matches only) No braid to enter the fishes mouth unless plastic coated. No fixed rigs,no lead core,no braid line. No live or dead baits,no nuts. No rods to be left unattended. No running and disturbing other fishermen and changing swims. No abuse to the fish, no striking hard and not playing the fish in a correct manner and causing physical damage. No one to leave, enter or visit the fishery in darkness. No abuse to a bailiff or member of staff. Fishermen are responsible for their litter and their visitors litter and behaviour, also no dogs allowed on six islands or the reservoir. For night fishermen - radios and electrical equipment must be turned off if asked by anyone. This is a catch and release site. Any fishermen removing fish to other lakes or off the premises will be prosecuted or banned. We have the right to search vehicles if necessary and a 24 hour surveillance camera is in use to help with prosecution. Membership cards must be shown for discount and kept on you at all times. Do not wander beyond designate areas. Large unhooking mats and the correct equipment must be used at all times (minimun size landing net for Six Islands Lake is 36"). You can use small method feeders and boilies on hooks but not to be thrown in. You can use sweetcorn on hooks but no to be thrown in. You can use coarse fishing pellets on hooks and thrown in, in moderation. Any photographs must be taken kneeling over an unhooking mat. Fishermen have to report the swim number he fishes from and any damage or mess that has been left by the last person,as you will be held responsible. Membership holders have the right to book and secure a place,if not cancelled before 48 hours you will forfeit your membership. We do not give refunds unless the management is at fault No sharing swims.

Address: Willowcroft Fisheries/Seadyke Rd, Wisbech PE13 4SD
Website: http://www.willowcroftfishfarmandfisheries.co.uk/

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