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Post  Walt on Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:29 pm

Trout waters in my region are home to enormous hen pike , I have seen huge splashes caused by our Big pike in the margins,The only snag is these waters only allow trout fishers , I spoke to a guy last week who took a 29 lb pike from Alemoor , Now a trout fishery , It was full of pike in the past & it was supposed to be emptied of them But some Biggies remain , ps the guy i spoke to sneaked on the fishery at 6 am , This is in the Scottish borders

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Post  dave78 on Fri Oct 22, 2010 10:27 pm

an endless supply of trout, stocked regular and no angling pressure, no suprise to me that some of the county's biggest fish are coming from trout fishries.
there is a place near my home which opens its doors one weekend a year to pike/course anglers....... this year i will try to get a ticket.
and as most will agree with me, chew valley will surley give the uk its next record fish???
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Post  tootall on Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:38 pm

I am sure Chew will throw up a few more suprises over the next few years but i actually think the british record will come from somewhere much further north...
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Post  noodle on Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:46 pm

tootall wrote:I am sure Chew will throw up a few more suprises over the next few years but i actually think the british record will come from somewhere much further north...

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Post  Walt on Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:33 pm

St marys loch in the scottish borders is over 500 ft deep & i think the pike in there will be enormous , The loch has healthy stocks of salmon , Trout , Perch etc ,,,,So plenty food

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Post  noodle on Tue Oct 26, 2010 12:16 am

Walt wrote:St marys loch in the scottish borders is over 500 ft deep & i think the pike in there will be enormous , The loch has healthy stocks of salmon , Trout , Perch etc ,,,,So plenty food
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an awful lot of volume to consider there especialy at turnover time
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Post  Grizzly on Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:12 pm

I paid a visit to my local trout fishery (Kiplin Hall) today but to my dismay there were signs saying that the fishery was closed. It seems to have been taken over by a syndicate but I've no idea as to who, I saw the gardener but he didn't know who had taken over it. I'm guessing it's a trout syndicate that have it (as it is a trout fishery Shocked ) but there are some good pike in and that's all I'm wanting to fish it for. I've had plenty of trout out of it in the past!
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