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Joined: 03 Mar 2009, 02:09
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hi im a new member can any one give me any info on broom fishery and also lonsdale park in cumbria 8) :shock:


04 Mar 2009, 14:29
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wakafish wrote:
hi im a new member can any one give me any info on broom fishery and also lonsdale park in cumbria 8) :shock:

comon lads some of you have fished it help the guy out[you secret squirrells] :wink:

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08 Mar 2009, 17:01
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hi mate iv fished lonsdale,,used to be a good complex but my honest opinion is its now too expensive for what it is,,fish stocks have changed from predominantly tench and carp to roach central so i would bypass it,,broom i havent fished so cant help you out there im afraid


08 Mar 2009, 18:55
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Broom pits was the first place i ever fished when i was 8! :)
its a massive gravel pit init?
Well the place have got massive specimen of fish.
Carp growing just over 30lb also tench upto 10lb with big roach and rudd upto 4lb, an exellent place for the price! :)

I'm quite sure there are 2 or 3 other lake to fish in broom pits. Don't know what one i fished but me dad managed a 6lb tench on a pole :lol: :lol: :lol:

Overall Species ~ Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Pike, Perch, Bream.

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Broom fisheries near Annan, 2 trout lakes and 3 coarse lakes, only small carp at the moment though they are looking at doing a dedicated carp lake soon.

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25 Nov 2009, 18:14
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Lonsdale..hmmm...rude, arrogant, unwelcoming and EXPENSIVE..thats my opinion.

For the price of a week there you can go to France!!

Stay on the road south and fish Wyreside..or keep heading south to Anglers Paradise...

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26 Nov 2009, 11:49
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im on the same thinking as rob if you are going south go as far south as you can.
i thought broom was in annan not englandshire? unless its another broom? hopefully not the same one the mother in law uses :wink: 8)


28 Nov 2009, 00:43
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I got my mother in law off the broom and onto a chair! Wish the bitch would plug it in :shock: :!: :twisted:

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28 Nov 2009, 01:35
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:D :P :lol: :lol: :lol:

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29 Nov 2009, 12:23
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broom fishery is brilliant

use a pellet feeder filled with 2mm damp pellets and a korum quickstop hooklink with corn or soft pellet

youll catch barbel,skimmers,bream,roach,rudd,commons,mirrors,ghost carp,chub and tench.theres also a few good sized koi's init aswell and with this rig youll catch everything easy. fish the queensland lake

tight lines;)


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Rob_B wrote:
Lonsdale..hmmm...rude, arrogant, unwelcoming and EXPENSIVE..thats my opinion.

For the price of a week there you can go to France!!

Stay on the road south and fish Wyreside..or keep heading south to Anglers Paradise...


France...hmmm....rude arrogant,unwelcoming, expensive, smelly cheese eating surrender monkeys..who all think they're nelson piquet... that's my opinion.... but then you get to the fisheries and they're usually OK, just watch as fishing rules vary markedly from region to region :lol: :lol:

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12 Apr 2011, 19:36
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if your going to cumbria travel a little futher south try Clevelybridge fishery £30 for 48 hours 2 rods fished it last may and had a few resonable sized carp 12lb upto 16 lb there are larger in there commons mirrors & grass carp

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