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PostSubject: Millbarn coarse fishery.   Thu Jul 30, 2009 6:42 pm

- Mill Barn Coarse Fishery-

Location in South East:
Halfway House
Common Road
Great Wakering
Essex
SS3 0BX
England, UK

Contact:
* Tel: 01702 216170 / 07721 053728 Graham Jenner
* Website: www.millbarncoarsefishery.co.uk

Day Tickets / Membership:
Mill Barn Coarse Fishery offers a mixture of day ticket and membership only fishing - contact the fishery for latest prices.

Facilities:

carp parking adjacent to all lakes
year round fishing
weekly matches

Whats on Offer:


Mill Barn Coarse Fishery offers all year round fishing on five lakes, which consist of 163 swims. Memberships, day tickets and match booking available. There is also 2 miles of The River Chelmer for members only.


Matches are held every Wednesday throughout the year, and Sundays during the winter.



Lilly Pad Lake:

19 swims.
Shallow in parts deepens to 4FT.
Fishes extremely well all year round.
Beautiful lake to fish from June onwards when pads are in bloom.



Donut Lake:

8 swims.
This is the smallest, but very good
fishing for the bigger carp.
Depth up to 6ft





Canal Lake:

38 swims.
Up to 36FT across.
Depth up to 5FT.
One bank fishing.
Good all round also known for its bigger carp.


Reservoir Lake:

70 swims.
Depth from 4FT to 20FT.
In the summer months as shown above up to 5FT of water is taken for irrigation. During this period the fishing is excellent. This lake also produces the biggest carp & Perch.



River Chelmer:

We have two miles of The River Chelmer at Ford End near Gt Dunmow.
The river runs very fast and narrow in parts, it runs deeper on the bends.
It becomes a stalking river during the summer months. Those that know the River Wydd and Pant will see the similarities.
It fishes well for Chubb, Dace, Roach and Brown Trout. Best fishing to be had between November and March.
Car parking in farm yard. 10 minute walk down hill to the river. Strictly members only.



Venue Rules:

Barbless Hooks
No Plastic Baits
No Shelf Life Boilies
No Baits To Be Glued On Hooks
Must Have Landing Net and Disgorger
Fish Pegged Swims Only.


Getting There:
Coming from the A13/Southchurch Road
Go over one roundabout and turn left at Wakering Road.
Continue over one roundabout and then turn right onto Southend Road.
From Southend Road, Take the 2ND exit onto the B1017/High Street
At the end of the high street, turn left onto Common Road
Continue down Common Road, you will find us on the left

For more details of the fishery and what's of on offer visit their website at:
www.millbarncoarsefishery.co.uk

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