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Post by fishdorset on Wed Jul 14, 2010 9:09 am

Add waters close to you or places you visit and fish.
There is always a hidden water that no one knows about!

Revels - http://www.revelsfishery.fsbusiness.co.uk/revels1.htm

I have fished this quite a bit over the years, from either a member of Gillingahm Angling club and now from Dorchester club. If you are a member of either Sturminster or Dorchester Club, this is included in your membership and you won't have to pay for a day ticket. You can also buy a Revels yearly membership.
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Post by fishdorset on Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:04 am

Dorchester & District Angling Society.

Day tickets or join the Society.

http://www.d-das.com/page_front.asp
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Post by Guest on Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:59 pm

Viaduct fishery - Somerton.
Old Mill Fishery - Stoford, Yeovil.
Thorney Lakes - Near Langport.
Lyons Gate - 10 mins away from Revels fishery.
Ash Ponds - Ash.
River Parrot - Langport
Shearwater - Longleat
Chard Reservoir - Chard.
River Tone - Taunton (free fishing)
Coking Farm Fishery - Henstridge

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Post by Martyn on Sun Jul 25, 2010 4:23 pm

Free fishing on the Frome downstream of the bridge in the centre of Wareham all way to Poole Harbour Smile
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Post by Guest on Mon Nov 08, 2010 9:53 pm

Martyn wrote:Free fishing on the Frome downstream of the bridge in the centre of Wareham all way to Poole Harbour Smile

And there used to be some whacking great mullet that cruise up and down there.
I wes roaching earlier this year and saw fish from about 2-8lb swimming upstream. Not just one or two but they were passing me on the flood for about 2 hours!!!

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Post by joe on Tue Nov 09, 2010 1:24 pm

Carp boy wrote:
Martyn wrote:Free fishing on the Frome downstream of the bridge in the centre of Wareham all way to Poole Harbour Smile

And there used to be some whacking great mullet that cruise up and down there.
I wes roaching earlier this year and saw fish from about 2-8lb swimming upstream. Not just one or two but they were passing me on the flood for about 2 hours!!!

how did you get on with the roach? i've heard there are some nice ones in that stretch.
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Post by Guest on Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:53 pm

Had gone at the wrong time of year and blanked if I remember properly.
I will be trying again later this winter.

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Post by Bernard the Gurnard on Fri Feb 17, 2012 3:24 pm

Clump hill farm-wimborne is about an acre with lots of fish! Very Happy
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