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The club River Feast has booked a match on the 2nd September for 60 pegs pegs
The club Blankers Ac has booked a match on the 15th September 2018 for 20 pegs pegs
The club Open Match has booked a match on the Saturday November 3rd for 60 sixty pegs

 

Stoke Bardolph, the River Trent

Winthorpe Lake and River Trent
ABOUT THIS VENUE

If its unspoiled rivers you like then the section above Stoke Lock and Weir is for you. Just like a chapter out of “Fishing with Mr Crabtree” The river holds all the usual variety of fish you would expect with plenty of fine specimens, it is unspoilt and overgrown with overhanging willows, you will have make your own peg. Please don't hack the undergrowth away more than is necessary and be aware that the hardcore track along this section is in fact a Public Footpath no vehicles allowed, members fishing here must not obstruct the track with equipment.

Cars must be parked in the Anglers car park just prior to Stoke Lock Wood. Anglers are advised to go light or take a barrow as the section above the weir is a two hundred yard walk. The stretch can be accessed via the gated road from Stoke Bardolph near the Ferry Boat Inn. The Weir itself is accessed via the same route. Walk over the Lock Gates onto the Island.

The road stretch is our day ticket water and match length with 39 permanent pegs and starts just downstream of The Ferry Boat Inn. Day ticket Angers be aware that No pike fishing is allowed from the 1st April till the 30th September, make sure you read the Predator angling Rules before Predator fishing.

Ferry Field below the Lock is accessed through the gated road as described above cars can be parked behind your peg or preferably at the side of the tarmac road especially when wet. Nelson Field downstream of the Road Stretch is accessed via the gated road adjacent to Burton Joyce Railway station and crossing.

Cars are to be left adjacent to the tarmac road and parked off the road behind the hedge running alongside the railway. The Rack and Cherry Orchard is through Nelson Field over the cattle grid turn immediate right and follow the dirt track to the river a gate with Ashfields Lock is now visible once in this field cars can be left behind your peg. This section can be very wet and boggy in places following flood.
ACCESS UPDATE - there is a new locking system at Burton Joyce on the new gate at the entrance to Nelson Field. all you do is take off our lock remove the peg by lifting it out and move the other pegs to the right then take out the locking bar and you are in.
Right way to lock:


Wrong way to lock - if you do this the farmer will shoot you :-):


Theres a video to watch too showing how to unlock the new gate lock, skip to 1.02 in and watch it. here

THE BAILIFFS
Brian HighBrian High John TurnerJohn Turner
Venue Specific Rules

Members entering or exiting the venue should close and lock the gate at the top of the lane. Drive slowly along the lane as local dog walkers use this lane regular. Please help us and take ALL litter home with you whether or not its yours.

Directions

From Nottingham, North to Netherfield Via A612 go on to Colwick Loop road and over railway bridge then right left onto Stoke Lane follow road to St Luke's Way, down to the Ferry Boat Inn and turn right onto road that runs along river to stoke Bardolph Lock. From Gunthorpe bridge. At A6197 Epperstone bypass go to Lowdham roundabout take the A612 south Nottingham and Burton Joyce At Burton Joyce village turn left onto Station Road Burton Joyce Station, go over railway crossing and follow road to River and down Stoke Lane, to Ferry Boat Inn At Ferry Boat Inn road continues up river through locked gate and follows to Stoke Lock and viaduct sections.

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