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Fishery Guides >> Yorkshire and Humber >> Hallcroft Fisheries
Address:
Hallcroft Road,
East Retford,
Nottinghamshire,
DN227RA

Contact: 01777 710448

E Mail:
fishing@hallcroftfishery.co.uk

Website:
www.hallcroftfishery.co.uk/



Details
Moat Pool

190 pegs. Stocks are 60% Carp & 40%silver fish, with match weights of up to 150lbs.
Carp up to 20lbs, Bream to 8lbs. Perch to 3lbs +.

Bridge Pool

80 pegs. Stocks are 60% Carp & 40% silver fish, with match weights up to 120lbs. Carp up to 27lbs. Perch to 3lbs +.

Croft Pool

28 pegs. Newly re-stocked in 2006 with mainly small carp up 4lbs and producing winter match weights up to 70lbs. Ideal for smaller club matches, plenty of bites for all.

Reed Pool

48 pegs. Stocks are 80% carp & 20%silver fish. Carp average over 5lbs but some have now reached 23lbs. Perch up to 3lbs. Match weights of up to 100lbs.

Stock Pools

These are for pleasure anglers only and are very popular with children and novices due to their high stock levels and ease of fishing.

River Idle

A fast flowing river containing Barble,Chub,Dace and Gudgeon amongst other species.
Species
Varied species of Carp and silver fish
Rules
Barbless Hooks Only - (Maximum size 12)
No Method Feeders
No Floating Baits
Minimum of 12inch Hook Length
No Braided Lines
Maximum Pole Length 14.5 metres
All nets must be dipped prior to fishing
Keepnets (Matches Only) and maximum of 60lbs per net
All Excess bait and litter to be removed from site


LIST OF PERMITTED BAITS

Hallcroft Feed pellets Only (Maximum 1Kg)
Any Hook pellet allowed
Sweetcorn and Luncheon Meat
Hemp
Paste
Worms
Maggots
Casters
Pinkies
Squatts
Bloodworm
Joker
Groundbait (Max. 2Kg per angler)
Catmeat (Max. 2 Standard Tins)
Prices
Pleasure Angling - £5.00 per day
OAP's - £4.50 per day
Juniors - £4.00 per day
Opening Hours
Not listed.
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