GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Though there are numbers of still-water trout and coarse fisheries in this county, some of them tucked away in the Cotswolds, the majority appear to be private or association controlled. For this reason, the visitor is urged to make careful enquiry. ASHTON KEYNES Northfield LakeC WT: TMTWA

CIRENCESTER

Ampney Park (L) This pleasant, pri-vately controlled fishery offers put-and-take trouting for browns and rainbows in a landscaped lake and in a section of brook nearby. Stocked weekly, browns average 1 lb and rainbows around 3 lb. At peak in May and JuneT DT:(L6)KorARO(T.Small, Ampney Park, Cirencester. Tel: Poulton 534)Apr 1-Sept 311 ts HARTPURY Hartpury LakeM DT: AH (Watersmeet Motel, Hartpury)==openallyears3e

LECHLADE

Fairford Trout PoolT?-

DT: BTWA

SOMERFORD KEYNES

Lower Farm LakeC

WT: TMTWA

SOUTH CERNEY

South Cerney Pits this series of pits – Ham Lane Pool, Hill’s Lake and Bradley’s Main Pit-offer some good coarse fishing. The trouting is in Wick Water . It is heavily stocked and, so far, has yielded rainbows of more than 6 lb.

The coarse fisheries offer a variety of species but the main attraction, especially early season, are the tench. Some enormous catches of these fish have been recorded here(GP)(3)C

WT: TMTWA

Wick Water GPTr

DT: (L6)KorARO(E. R. Harris,

Wick Water Trout Fishery, The

Willows, Water Lane, Somerford

Keynes,Cirencester.Tel: Ashton

Keynes379)Apr1-Oct15TWA

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