Where to fish "Ireland Style" - in England?

corkycat

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Anglezarke reservoir, upper Rivington reservoir in Lancashire. Maybe Jumbles near Bolton?
Yes, thanks. Anglezarke and Upper Rivvy are available on day ticket from Southport Anglers. Trouble is, because it is drinking water (supplying Liverpool, I think), there are bait restrictions, such as no balling in, maggots only in feeders not crumb. Carp anglers on there talk about double-figure bream at night on boilies.
 

mickthestick

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Killington lake , just off M6 northbound at Killigton services I think , cracking roach but a large water
 

sporty

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Some very good suggestions there ,i been thinking that way myself and plan to visit a couple next year but anyway i believe we will be able to fish there next year .The economys need the countrys open ,cant live on fresh air alone
 

Stott

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Thanks guys, food for thought. Semerwater, Staunton Harold, defo. Would also love to have ago at Barston and hayfield lakes etc. And still give loch Ken a reg visit.
PS: match fished in the Oxford area 30+ years ago loved the Thames especially medley. Must return soon. Stay safe ?
 

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PS: match fished in the Oxford area 30+ years ago loved the Thames especially medley. Must return soon. Stay safe ?
It’s still fishing really well these days. Have had some great roach sessions this year and in past seasons with perch, bream, dace etc all featuring strongly as well ??
 
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