Lychnobite Angling Society

waterhole

Wrightons

Also part of the Nazeing complex is Wrightons, a mature and attractive 2.5-acre gravel pit surrounded by trees and averaging 12 feet in depth. It has a private car park and chemical toilet facilities. This water is more of a general coarse fishery containing a good stock of Bream and Tench averaging 5lb, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Pike, Eels, Crucian Carp and a few other large Carp. Stocked quite heavily in recent years.

In addition to Wrightons there is the Relief Channel, which offers a quarter of a mile of 5-6 feet channel containing Roach, Bream, Perch, Tench, Gudgeon and some very large Pike and Carp to 27lbs.

The Waterhole

Part of the 'Nazeing complex' the Waterhole is a 17-acre gravel pit averaging thirteen feet in depth. The Waterhole has two private car parks as well as being provided with chemical toilet facilities. This water contains many 'specimen' fish. Unfortunately a fish kill occurred during the 1998/99 season, which affected the carp population. However, re-stocking has taken place and we are now back to the stocking levels of 98/99. We can still boast a number of 30lb + carp and are confident the water will soon return to its best. Other fish in the water include Bream averaging 9lbs, Tench to 11lbs, Pike to 28lbs, Eels to 7lb and Perch to 3lb. The water is well managed and Baliffed with an on-going habitat improvement programme.


Also part of the 'Nazeing complex' is the Relief Channel which offers a quarter of a mile of 5-6 feet channlel which contains Roach, Bream, Perch, Tench, Gudgeon and some very large Pike and Carp to 35lblbs

 

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