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River Trent - South Derbyshire

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  • River Trent - South Derbyshire

    Just wondering if anyone had some advice for fishing the River Trent in South Derbyshire?

    Looking to try it for a day, and havnt got much of a clue.

    Noticed that most people were float fishing and just letting the waggler float down the river for bites.


  • #2
    Hi Peeps.

    Don't worry about this one. I've decided not to do it, and can't get a day ticket nearby.
    Have given up on this idea for next season.

    Mods - Thread can be deleted.


    • #3
      There used to be a day ticket stretch at Catton Hall, behind the day ticket pit.

      Near Alrewas just off the Tamworth road.


      • #4
        Cheers Droid.

        I was looking to go for an annual membership next year, and wanted to try our the waters.
        Unfortunately I was looking to go where I planned to fish, but was surprised that no-one would offer a day ticket or even grace to fish it for a couple of hours.

        I think i've made up my mind for next year. A selection of a few pools on a National heritage site.
        No major fish to play for (but speaking to the secretary, there have been some nice fish (20lb+ carp, 4lb+ perch)).
        A silvers lake, a tench lake and a carp lake. A little stretch of the trent, and a couple of other pools. Not commercial as such, but sounds interesting. Just need to have a look around, but sounds right up my street and tactics. Apparantley some re-stocking for next year too.
        £40 for the year, and £20 for an annual dinner at the national heritage abbey.

        Sounds perfect, and would ave me a fortune over this years commercial fork outs!