This Wednesday, the 18th November 2015, the main lake will be closed all except members’ island, as there will be a pike match on; the Tench lake will be open for this day, but please remember to dip all nets and mats etc.
Main lake will reopen after 4pm, business as normal on Thursday.
Pike fishing will be open from Monday 19th October. Remember – no lures. All nets to be dipped.
The KHV threat is back, to prevent the Warren from becoming infected, please ensure that ALL NETS, CRIBS, CRADLES, or anything that could contaminate our waters is DIPPED IN THE DIP TANKS provided. We were very successful last year in keeping this disease out of our waters, only through diligence can we sustain our fishery to be the first class water it is. Anyone failing to dip will be expelled.
Our AGM went well today, the key message from this is to ask all to produce catch reports, preferably supported with a photograph. We are catching some amazing fish from all lakes on our complex and we really need to share the experience with others and show just what a variety of magnificent fish we have.
So from hard-caught carp, a lad’s first perch, to bags of silvers, that rod bending tench or just a brace of beautiful crucians, we want to hear about it.
The latest PTSD match was another success with all the guys thoroughly enjoying the experience and we hope to see them back again soon.
The next PTSD match will be on 16th/17th September 2015. Please join us in making this as memorable and productive for the ex-servicemen as we can, thank you.
The last PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) therapy match was a resounding success and the guys will be back to visit us again later in September.
Please remember no lure fishing is allowed, season starts in the late autumn/early winter, dates will be advertised. dead baits only. Strictly NO pike fishing outside our notified season.
From 18.45 to 19.15 on the second Monday of every month (barring bank hols), i.e. the scheduled committee meetings; we are available to listen to any member or season ticket’s issues (strictly time limited and on a first come first served basis).
The Warren Fishery comprises of three very different lakes which can be fished on a day ticket, season ticket, or as a member. We also have a fourth lake for members and season ticket holders only.
The complex is based on mature ex-gravel workings, so the banks are firm and generally well-drained, providing easy access for all. We also have specific swims prioritised for wheelchair-bound anglers – with parking right behind the swim in some cases.
We’re working hard to improve the fishery, both in terms of fish stocks and the general environment. For instance, we have a fish stocking programme, and we also have a planting programme for trees, water plants, etc. Our aim is to provide a fishery where it’s ‘nice to be’ even if we don’t catch every trip.
Why not come and visit the fishery? We welcome new anglers and there’s always someone around to talk to. There are signs to point you in the right direction, and we even have a sign to tell you which bailiff is on duty. You might be pleasantly surprised……
We have plenty of car parking, and toilet facilities on site.
The Warren Fishery is run by Anglers for Anglers. We are a not for profit organisation, with every penny going back into the fishery. The entire Management of the Fishery is carried out by volunteers, only the 3 Bailiffs are paid employees.