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Here is where you will find the latest news (link above)
Weather and directions to each of the societies waters can be found on the relevent waters pages.
Colnbrook Fishing Better (click the image to see a larger view)
Colnbrook fishing better this year, see pictures, more pictures welcome.
Working Party (click the image to see a larger view)
These pictures denote the work that your maintenance team have been involved with in the last few weeks.
No Doubt you'll be expressing your thanks in the near future.
The river Colnbrook was recently cleared of weed please see the images below (click the image to see a larger view)
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Barley Straw operation on Cargill Lake 2014
The barley straw has been put out in the lake recently, thanks to the seven Members attending, and many thanks to Tony for obtaining the straw this year.
On the recent fish survey carried out on the canal at Harefield 60 fish were taken with the best mirror carp at 28lbs, the best bream 12lbs 10oz, best chub 7lbs and for good measure 2 barbel both around the 5lbs mark. There were only a couple of small fish. Check out the gallery pictures (Cargill Page).Watts Pool
Disabled members are reminded that they must have another person with them whilst fishing for safety reasons. Pictures of the platforms can be seen on the gallery. Members are also reminded that Watts Pool observes the close season, 15th March to 16th June.
The Societies permit year starts at the beginning of June each year.River cleaned up: Hythe End up to the railway bridge
The river has been cleaned up in the last couple of months from Hythe End up to the railway bridge. The work took some two or three weeks and the river now needs a good flush of water to clear any debris that has been left, before fishing can get back to normal.No improvement to the fishing at Harefield
After a day’s fishing by 10 members at Harefield it seems that after all the time and money spent, there has been no improvement to the fishing. Further habitat improvements are being pursued by the Environment Agency but all of these things take time. British Waterways are also looking into trying to improve the situation.
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