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Adam Wylie

Senior Member & Supporter
Fiskerton day ticket would have been a good choice !
however Stoke weir does produce fish ,low light conditions best chance .
 

Mark Pevy

Senior Member & Supporter
Fiskerton day ticket would have been a good choice !
however Stoke weir does produce fish ,low light conditions best chance .
Cheers adam,picked up the rod earlier, lovely thanks very much,we are fishing a few hundred yards below the weir, wayne is a member of ashfield and we fishing overnight so🤞
 

Jason Murray

Senior Member & Supporter
If your'e fishing the Ferry field, up the top end from the fence and cattle grid downstream to the lone tree always used to produce.
But when I fished it Notts fed ran it and the Ashfield book was 40 quid with no waiting list!! How time Flies.
Can't see why the area wouldn't still produce.
Good luck.
 

Mark Pevy

Senior Member & Supporter
If your'e fishing the Ferry field, up the top end from the fence and cattle grid downstream to the lone tree always used to produce.
But when I fished it Notts fed ran it and the Ashfield book was 40 quid with no waiting list!! How time Flies.
Can't see why the area wouldn't still produce.
Good luck.
Thanks, we're just above the tree, be nice to get something, dont get to fish with my brother very often so not that worried if i dont catch much👍
 

Neil Depledge

Senior Member
Fiskerton day ticket would have been a good choice !
however Stoke weir does produce fish ,low light conditions best chance .
Stoke weir isn’t day ticket. The west bank is Ashfield members only and the east bank, I believe, is Notts AA. Fiskerton can be an excellent venue, tickets in advance from the village post office. Like the rest of the river its in desperate need of some rain.
 
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