Lake Rules

  • All Fishing Ticket’s to be purchased before fishing.
  • Do not park on grass.
  • Night fishing is permitted. (Anglers wanting to night fish must book in to save disappointment as we generally are very busy)
  • NO STANDING UP WITH FISH.
  • Barbless hooks ONLY to be used.
  • Rods must not be left unattended.
  • No carp to be retained – sacks are not allowed. (Unless you have been given special permission by a member of staff)
  • PADDED unhooking mats must be used at all times for all carp of any size!
  • No guns, fires, swimming, drugs or excessive drinking.
  • No bait boats on Rush Lake.
  • Dog’s are permitted if not aggressive, please keep on lead at all times and clean any mess up.
  • No live bait, no nuts.
  • Permanently fixed leads are allowed on a helicopter setup if the hook length can come off the mainline/leadcore. – RIGS WILL BE CHECKED BY OUR BAILIFF/STAFF.
  • No transferring of fish between waters – no fish to be taken away or killed.
  • The lakes are on private property, so you should do nothing to disturb others, make minimal noise and keep lights at night to a minimum.
  • The use of BBQ’s are permitted but they must be raised off the ground. If you use a disposable BBQ and it burns the grass you will be asked to leave the fishery.
  • NO LITTER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, THERE IS NO EXCUSE – THERE ARE PLENTY OF BINS ON SITE… USE THEM
  • Braided mainline is not allowed, but you may use braided hooklinks. Such as Korda N-Trap etc
  • Surface Fishing is allowed (please be vigilant of the surrounding wildlife, birds etc)
  • Strictly no tents (i.e. Camping tents bright yellow). Proper green fishing bivvy’s only.
  • Only one guest per angler allowed.
  • You must either use Rig Tubing or some kind of leader (Leadcore etc) above your lead system, strictly no bare line as this can damage fish whilst playing. The only exception to this is if you are using a naked helicopter style rig which are allowed.
  • A proper carp net is required, minimum size 42inch.
  • Never use a cloth (damp or dry) to handle/unhook any fish.
  • Anglers under the age of 16yrs old must be accompanied by an adult.