Tag: coarse fishing news

Promising Opening For Jersey Wood Fishery

The new Jersey Wood Fishery between Nuneaton and Coleshill is open for business and early signs are promising with carp to 19lb 4oz coming from Daisy’s Pool and Harry’s fishing particularly well, with bags to 75lb and virtually everyone getting 40lb plus, according to owner Chay Jackson. Sunday sees the first of a series of […]

Drive By Pike On The Fly

Guide Sidney Kennedy was driving around a stillwater on the Lee system in Ireland’s beautiful County Cork  when he saw a shoal of bait fish scatter at the edge of a reedbed. Quick as a flash he parked up, cast out his fly gear with an imitation frog hopper lure on the end, and found himself […]

Opening Day At Jersey Wood Fishery

Chay Jackson’s new Warwickshire fishery, Jersey Wood, is opening its doors for the first time this weekend as a new Academy of Angling. The unveiling of the five-lake venue at the ever-popular Hoar Park Craft Village near Ansley includes half price day tickets, a ‘kids go free’ offer, 10% off academy coursed booked and it’s […]

Cat Comes In From The Cold

It may still be pretty cold out there but Shatterford Fishery has already produced its first catfish of the year – a species more associated with the warmer months. The beauty of Shatterford is that the lakes there are deep and so fish are less affected by the plunging temperatures. The 30lb catfish came from […]

New BAA Water At Fladbury

The Birmingham Anglers Association has purchased some new water at Fladbury on the Warwickshire Avon. The water is on the meadow on the right bank immediately downstream of Jubilee Bridge and connects to their existing water there. The plan is to provide vehicle access to this new stretch but for now you have to walk […]