Our waters can be challenging at times, but are certainly worth the rewards.
These pictures aren’t the biggest fish from our waters, but represent a good spread of what has been caught in the last few years (click on a picture for larger view).
Bream - the upper Cam is probably the last place you’d think about for bream, but it has some real whoppers.
Spring 2010 - 5lb 8oz
Chub - seldom caught by accident, the chub only fall to the most dedicated specialist angler.
Spring 2010 - 5lb 10oz
Dace - a nice pair of dace on caster.
Summer 2011 - 8oz
Hybrid - there’s a chance that a good hybrid will show up in a net of silver fish.
Summer 2010 - 4lb 1oz
Perch - there are good Perch throughout the fishery.
Autumn 2010 - 3lb
Roach - a good seed caught roach from the river. They can also show in the winter to bread punch.
Summer 2010 - 12oz
Trout - many of the regular winter anglers caught good Trout in 2011.
Winter 2011 - 1lb 14oz
Pike - put a sprat out in winter and you should catch.
Winter 2011 - 7lb 8oz
Terrapin - an unwanted pet from the Brook.
Summer 2012 - 2lb 8oz
Swimmer - you're having a laugh mate.
Summer 2012 - 160lb (estimated)
July Floods - looking downstream from the bridge.
July Floods - nearly right across the path at the end of the brook!