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MARCH NEWS 2018

Don't forget to check the events page as there are a few prestigious events coming up in the next few months and maybe recap past news in via the site map

Snowbee Spring Cup

SNOWBEE INNIS SPRING CUP

WELL IT'S SPRING CUP TIME

SATURDAY 14th APRIL

Both Sterrick & Carbis lakes will be closed for fishing and stocking on Friday 13th April. The Innis Specimen Lake will be open for visitors on the Friday for more information contact Dave on telephone: 01726 852382

 

CHANGES AT INNIS FLY FISHERY

Below as you draw upto the Innis Fishery entrance you will be greeted by our new sign.
Innis 2018 new sign
 

On entering along the recently cleared and spruced up lane with the Carbis Lake on your left everything looks normal...but....you as you pass Innis Specimen Lake on your right you will notice a temporary hardcore road which leads to the car park. Leading from the car park towards Sterrick Lake you can't fail to notice groundwork in progress. This ground work is to level the site in preperation for the addition of a lodge for Innis visitors. There is still a long way to go but do not worry as it has no effect upon the lakes and the fishing. Prior to the SPRING CUP on the 14th April the paths and banks will all be leveled and repaired.

Sterrick Lake has now gone through its weed clearance regime. Tough work in pretty dire conditions by so many willing helpers...massive thanks to all who helped...Sterrick is currently refilling. Should be full any day now and will be stocked prior to the Spring Cup. The lake will again be open to the public and normal fishing following the competition.

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Prior to repairs the causeway between Carbis & Sterrick where heavy machinery was used to enable clearing of the weed.
Below all wrapped up against the chilly easterly breeze Maia dropped in to the fishery hoping to catch one of the Carbis rainbows. Hope you were successful Maia, let me know how you got on at jed@jedstone.co.uk cheers!
Maia
 
Below are the six Innis qualifiers for the Southern English National Bank Championships held at Elinor Fly Fishery in Northhamptonshire. The conditions were not helpful for any of the qualifiers with extra strong -8 wind chill..snow...iced up rings and reels...let alone your fingers..but as the day progressed it was plain to see that there were plenty of fish to be had and with five of the six qualifying for the final in Northumberland it ended up a pretty successful day for Innis locals.
 
Innis english semifinalists
.......Jed Stone.....Steve Wiggins.. Alex Johnston ..John Huckings ..Dave Johns ..Dave Perks
 
 
 

 








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