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PostSubject: Seventy acre and Langdridge:cemex   Seventy acre and Langdridge:cemex I_icon_minitimeFri Jul 31, 2009 11:13 am

LOCATION: Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey, Essex. EN9 2EE

SIZE: Lake 1: 65 acres.

Lake 2: 68 acres.

At Fishers Green the two lakes known as Seventy Acre and Hollyfield (also known as Langridge) are partly an unknown quantity to both pleasure and specimen anglers. The captures of huge carp over 40lb, plus bream and tench exceeding 16lb and 14lb respectively, shows the possible potential for the dedicated angler.

These lakes are classed as hard, but for the angler wishing to make a splash in the specimen world, this is the place. The Drennan Cup winner last year fished these two lakes in his time down there.

Big pike are also present and the usual methods and baits work well, athough, like most difficult venues, doing something a little different seems to work well.


Carp to 40lbs+.

Pike to 28lbs.

Tench to 14lb 8oz.

Bream to 16lb 2oz.

Perch to 2lb 10oz.


Permits valid from 16 June to 14 March.

Spring permits valid from 15 March to 15 June


3 rods.


1) Night fishing is allowed.

2) The entrance gate to this fishery is fitted with a combinationpadlock. Please close and lock the gate behind you.

3) Cars must be parked in the designated areas and must adhere to the main access road with a 5mph speed limit.

4) Weils disease is prevalent in the Lea Valley, take care.

5) Wardens and representatives of the Lea Valley Regional Park have full authority on this venue, please cooperate with them.

6) Strictly no unauthorised swim-clearance or building, please fish existing swims only.

7) No bait boats allowed.

Cool All anglers must carry and use a large, padded unhooking mat.

9) Height barrier - take care.

10) No fishing the river or relief channel without the appropriate permit. Any angler found doing so without authority will lose their permit. No warnings will be given.

**this only allows fishing from the cemex bank of the langdridge,3 other tickets are needed for whole lake**

ow ya diddlin?
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