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Baa Ladyham Directions

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  • Baa Ladyham Directions

    Hello

    Can someone please give me SIMPLE DIRECTIONS to the above water, have tried to find it, but cant from BAA website.

    also best way to fish it ??

    cheers HARRIERS

  • #2
    Never heard of it...

    Is it a pool, river or canal?

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    • #3
      harriers mate, it's a bit of a to find but you can drive to your peg once there.if i remember correctly,you turn off the A449just past the mitre oak pub takingthe sign for sytchampton. go through sytchampton and over a little crossroads. keep going until you come to a T junction. the access is opposite this T junction and looks like a tunnel through the trees. follow the lane till you come to a newish gate on your left. . go through the gate and drive to the river.

      all the best in finding it!

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      • #4
        thanks

        ta very much,will try again , the reason we want to fish it,is the access, cannot carry tackle, due to ill health, wife not that strong

        cheers
        Harriers

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        • #5
          Harriers,
          think this is the one you want,

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          • #6
            Thats the one Frank lovely stretch of river. .
            http://www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk/

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            • #7
              Thats Brilliant, Thanks Everyone For Replies, What A Great Site This Is

              Cheers Harriers

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              • #8
                regarding how to fish it,harriers, i would take casters and hemp with some tares for the hook as well.the top of the meadow is shallow[5/6ft] gradually getting deeper towards the bottom where it's up to 10ft in some pegs. fish the stickfloat at 2/3 rodlengths out or waggler down the middle.don't forget to try shallow about 3ft or so, you may catch some chub.
                hope this helps a bit
                tight lines.....

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by marko mbc
                  regarding how to fish it,harriers, i would take casters and hemp with some tares for the hook as well.the top of the meadow is shallow[5/6ft] gradually getting deeper towards the bottom where it's up to 10ft in some pegs. fish the stickfloat at 2/3 rodlengths out or waggler down the middle.don't forget to try shallow about 3ft or so, you may catch some chub.
                  hope this helps a bit
                  tight lines.....
                  That means you got 6oz
                  [B][I][COLOR="Red"]There is no point trying if your afraid of losing[/COLOR][/I][/b]

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                  • #10
                    it's a river not a carp pool gaz! last time i fished it for pleasure i had 40lb of prime redfins and chub all on the tares mate! lovely fishing and not a pole in sight!

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Very Much Marko Mbc, Good Info

                      I Like You Prefer River And Canal Fishing,no Puddles

                      However Each To His Own

                      Cheers
                      Harriers

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