Fishery Rules

Woodland View Fishery rules

THE RULES OF THE FISHERY ARE FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR FISH STOCKS & THEIR WELFARE.

OUR AIM IS TO PROVIDE OUR CUTOMERS WITH THE BEST FISHING POSSIBLE.

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU ONLY USE THE BAITS ALLOWED, IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT PLEASE SPEAK WITH A MEMBER OF OUR STAFF.

ANY ANGLER FOUND TO BE USING OR HAVE ILLEGAL BAITS ON THEIR PEG WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE VENUE.

WE ARE MAKING REGULAR HOOK & BAIT CHECKS. ANY DECISION MADE BY A MEMBER OF OUR STAFF IS FINAL.

Woodland View feed pellets are the ONLY feed pellets allowed on the fishery.

Our feed pellets can ONLY be purchased at our tackle shop  at Woodland View Fishery

NO GROUNDBAIT OF ANY TYPE.

NO PASTE OF ANY TYPE.

Rules

NO STINK /NET BAGS OF ANY DESCRIPTION TO BE TAKEN TO YOUR FISHING PEGS.ALL KEEP NETS MUST BE STRETCHED OUT AT PEG AND NOT PUT INTO THE WATER UNTIL 10 MINUTES BEFORE THE START OF THE MATCH.

THE ONLY BAITS THAT YOU ARE ALLOWED ON YOUR PEG ARE THE ONES ON THE LIST BELOW;

maggots, casters, worms,  sweetcorn,

luncheon meat hook only bait not ot be loose fed,

bona fide hooker pellets to be fish meal only and Woodland View  Feed Pellets the only feed pellet allowed.

DO NOT USE ANY BAIT THAT IS NOT ON THE ABOVE LIST.

Maximum Pole length 16.5 metres.

3 Keep nets to be used in ALL matches if you have caught 100lbs+ of fish at Woodland View Fishery at any time.

All silver fish in one net ,all other fish to be split 50/50 between the other 2 nets.

NO JPZ PELLETS,NO BOILIES,NO OTHER TYPE OF FEED PELLETS.NO POWDER ADDITIVES.

A maximum of three bags of Woodlands feed  pellets can be used during any match.

Anglers should not make paste baits from feeder pellets.

No other baits are permitted with the exception of bloodworm and joker in Silver Fish Matches during winter.

Total quantity of baits allowed during any five hour match is eight pints in total.

The maximum quantity of worms allowed in any match is one kilo. (one kilo of worm equals three pints)

Only one kilo of worm must be used before chopping up and these must always be cleaned off before chopping.

A maximum of six pints of sweetcorn is allowed in any match. (ten 300g tins is equivalent to six pints)

Luncheon meat should be used on the hook only with no loose-feeding of luncheon meat.

The smallest size of luncheon meat to be used is a quarter of an inch or one centimetre.

No powder additives of any type are allowed.

Liquid additives are permitted.

NO LIQUIDISED BAITS

THESE RULES APPLY TO APPLY TO PLEASURE ANGLERS,CLUB ANGLERS.OPEN ANGLERS & ALL COMPETITON ANGLERS.

Barbless hooks should be used at all times.

No hooks larger than size 12 to be used.

No braid allowed or method type feeders allowed.

The ONLY FEEDERS you can use are;Cage Feeders,Swim feeders,Open Ended Feeders,In Line pellet feeder (Not elasticated.)

When fishing a pole a float must be used at all times and floating in the water.

Any bait left over after fishing must be taken home or disposed of in the litter bins provided and not thrown into the pools.

WE ASK ANGLERS  NOT TO PHOTGRAPH FISH AS THEY BECOME STRESSED WHEN OUT OF THE WATER AND WILL GET DAMAGED IF THEY JUMP OUT OF YOUR GRASP & LAND ON THE GROUND.

Young People 12 years and Under.

1.A suitable adult must be present at all times,for the entirety whilst on the complex.

2.Suitable clothing must be worn at all times.

3.Equipment used by beginners must be under close supervision by the person accompanying the young person.

4.It is requested that food should be eaten in the canteen to prevent occupational diseases.

5.It is requested that the responsible adult accompanying the young person should bring insect repellant/medication in the event of insect bites.

6.It is requested that the responsible adult must assist the young person to handle and /or land the fish to prevent damage to the fish.

The fishery oweners would like your full co-operation whilst on site and ask that responsible adults adhere to the rules to ensure that everyone enjoys their fishing experience and that all persons go home safely.

Hooker Pellet Preparation

There are many different options to prepare your hooker pellets; the following are just a few examples to start experimenting:

Woodlands Expanders

As a guide immerse a small quantity of Woodlands expander pellets into water and pump until all of the pellets sink to the bottom then remove all the water.

Here are 3 differing options on how to prepare your hook bait:

Put 100ml of pumped pellets into a plastic bag adding just 50ml water before sealing the bag but remember to leave sufficient air to allow the pellets to move around and soak up the water. Keep cool

Put 100ml of pumped pellets into a shallow dish (Chinese take away container is ideal) then add 100ml of water and CSL combined, or concentrate of choice, mixed 50 / 50,just cover the pellets with the water additive / mixture. Any preferred flavourings can also be added at this stage. Leave until all of the liquids have been soaked up before adding the lid or placing into a plastic bag. If the pellets are too soft reduce the amount of water / additive you add.

Add sachets of Gelatine into boiling water and stir until dissolved, add cold water to cool slightly and then place the liquid and 100ml of pellets into a pellet pump. After pumping remove any surplus liquid before it cools off, then place the pellets into a plastic bag and keep cool. For a firmer pellet add more gelatine up to 3 sachets can be used (experiment with more if necessary).

Flavoured jelly cubes can also be used as an alternative.

Whilst fishing only take a few pellets out at a time as they can easily dry ouy, start to float, or become soft.

Woodlands Sinking Feed Pellets:

Sinking feed pellets sizes 4m, 6m and 8m can also be used as hook baits by following this user guide. Please note, if the pellets are pale in appearance they will not accept copious amounts of water.

Place the pellets into a shallow container (Chinese take away container) then add water to double the depth of the pellet. If the pellets are tightly packed at the base of the dish or trapped inside a container they will not swell as much, if they are allowed to swim they can double in size (but they may become too soft). Please note, pale in appearance will not accept lots of water.

For the paler pellet it may be better to use one of the following alternatives.

Place the pellets into a shallow dish (Chinese take away container) then add water or water / csl mixture combined to the depth of the pellet being prepared. Once all of the liquid has been absorbed either add a lid or transfer to a plastic bag.

If too soft, add less water / mixture.

Mix between 1 - 3 sachets (as preferred) of Gelatine or Jelly cubes into hot water, add cold water to cool slightly, then place the liquid and pellets into a pellet pump. After between 5 - 10 minutes the pellets should be pumped two or three times to draw the liquid through before draining off the surplus as any remaining liquid / mixture will solidify on cooling.

Alternatively the warm Gelatine mixture can simply be poured onto the pellets inside a container, the pellets will absorb this mixture as they soften but remember to drain off any surplus before it cools off properly.

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Place Name Weight
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