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The Old West River and Lagoons near Stretham.
 

The Club and the Environment Agency have been involved in an improvement plan for the last 3 years

Two small lagoons have been dug and connected to the river, providing a refuge when the river is in flood or when boat traffic is at its height.  They also provide breeding areas in the spring.
The club has constructed a bridge onto the island created when the lagoons were dug, thus increasing the number of pegs available on the river.  Trees have also been cleared to give better access to the large lagoon.  In the near future the shallow area of the large lagoon will be dredged and the existing roadside fence will be extended for the full length of the roadside boundary. This will hopefully reduce the amount of fly-tipping along the road, down the bank and into the fishery and also reduce the extra work that local manager Phil London has to do to clear it all up.

Manager: Phil London 01353 649375 for up to minute information.

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Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.

The Old West River near Stretham.

 

 

Old West Lagoon

 

 

Access bridge to Old West bank

 

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"Litter"

Litter and nylon line is both unsightly, dangerous to wildlife and can cause the loss of a fishery.

 

All discarded line, tackle, bottles and other litter MUST BE REMOVED from swims by Club Members whether dropped by the member or not.  No tins to be brought to any Club Water.

 
Any Member found leaving litter in their swim will be required to explain their actions to the Committee and may have their Membership withdrawn.

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"Litter"

Litter and nylon line is both unsightly, dangerous to wildlife and can cause the loss of a fishery.

All discarded line, tackle, bottles and other litter MUST BE REMOVED from swims by Club Members whether dropped by the member or not.  No tins to be brought to any Club Water.

Any Member found leaving litter in their swim will be required to explain their actions to the Committee and may have their Membership withdrawn.

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