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Commercial fishery comprising of three lakes plus a loop canal type water known as the snake, all of which are very heavily stocked and fish well all year round. Barnmore and Selwood lakes are 2-3 acres each. Approximately 20 swims on each, all platformed. The biggest Carp (to just under 30lb) are found in Barnmore. Topmoor lake (the snake) is 2 inner-connecting triangular shaped canals, up to 13 metres wide with 90 swims, all platformed.
Ringwood & District Anglers Association
Carp, Bream, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Orfe, Chub, Perch
Coarse fishing all year round.
Please reframe from unnecessary noise.
Members MUST book in with their permit at the shop before going onto the fishery.
Park in the 2 designated car parks only.
Barbless hooks only. No hooks over size 8.
Maximum 2 rods.
All nets to be dipped in tank before going onto the fishery.
No fixed rigs or braided hooklengths.
Members under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Part of the venue may, at times, be booked by visiting clubs.
In matches 2 keepnets must be used.
Hot and cold drinks, tackle and bait are available in the shop.
So heavily fished that most methods/bait will work. On the lakes fish either tight to the margins or close to the Islands; corner swims good. On 'The Snake' best as tight to the far bank as possible, with hot swims often being near the inter-connections of the 2 canals. Meat, Pellet, Maggot, Corn, Worm all good and don't forget to try bread and floating crust. Matches are regularly won with over 100lbs, with the match record at nearly 200lbs, so plenty of fish for all.