Firstly, I would like to thank everyone for their support in coming last season and that you all had some memorable moments to take home with you and hope to see a lot of you again this year .
Sadly we lost one of my good friends Mark Eton – Jones of The Stonehouse ,Northampton a month or so ago who had been coming every year with his two sons Peter & Robert ever since I first started the fishery some 12 years ago and who, was the one person who encouraged me to take over the fishery initially.
Last season was very successful considering the low water levels with most people catching plenty of fish with some of the Barbel reaching 14ibs and Chubb to 6 lbs+ – along with a good variety of other species too.
In the past couple of months we have been busy trying to get ready for the start of the new season this coming week on both fisheries The Haven & Knightwick Bridge,
Both fisheries now have approx 25 -30 swims all cut out along with ropes and steps where necessary and are also numbered – although I have been known to get confused between the two fisheries and get them out of sequence when replacing them!
There are a few new swims – as we all know that during the winter months of flooding this can change the appearance of some of swims very easily so we may have lost a few too
Terms & conditions are the same as last year but I do have one additional request is to ask people to wrap the ropes back around the marker post once you have finished in a swim please otherwise they tangled up in the undergrowth.
There are some spaces left for those of who wish to come and haven’t yet booked – email is the best way of contacting me : – firstname.lastname@example.org or my mobile 07966885562 .Should you have a problem getting through then an alternative email address is email@example.com as some people have had problems in the past getting through on mine
I will put photos on the site for those who wish to send them to me along with any comments you may have. I would like to update the site with all your interesting stories about your days on the banks of the Teme
If I don’t see you this season then I hope you have a successful season wherever you decide to go