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Hobbs Lake Trout Season 2022 Prices

Adult membership Season permit (50 fish limit per annum)(4 fish limit per day)                          £300.00

Husband & Wife membership Season permit (50 fish limit per annum)(4 fish limit per day)        £450.00

Junior membership Season permit (25 fish limit per annum)(2 fish limit per day)                           £150.00

Boat fishing or Mooring fees is an additional per annum           £50

This season the allocation of night permits remains the same, with 100 premium and 50 standard. It had the desired effect of easing the pressure on Lake Geneva in the summer and, with the causeway out of bounds for some of that time, on most occasions there were plenty of swims available for everyone. This season will see the causeway closed for a period of time as it has been every year. We havenít received a dig plan as yet but rest assured, like every season before, the closure and disruption to your fishing will be kept to the minimum possible. As soon as we have some detail a notice will be put on the gate informing everybody. Please note - the causeway closures still apply to all personnel on site.

As previously mentioned, we will be issuing 100 Premium night fishing permits which will allow unrestricted access to all the lakes (including Lake Geneva) and the river for the whole season for a cost of £300. All existing members can renew their premium permits they currently hold, by post before 17th March 2019. After this date, any permits not renewed will be offered to the waiting list and then sent out to the tackle shops.

Existing members can apply for an upgrade to a premium permit by ticking the appropriate box on the renewal form. The upgrade will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis as I receive them and processed after the 17th March but before being offered to the waiting list.

We will be issuing 50 Standard night fishing permits. These permits will allow the member to fish any of the lakes (except for Lake Geneva in peak times) and the river. Peak times means the period from 1st June to 30th September and 1st March to 31st March inclusive. The cost of this permit will be £200.

The 100 Day permits will remain the same price at £100 and allow access to all the lakes and river as previous years. As before, the times of access will change during British Summer Time when day permit holders are not allowed on Lake Geneva until one hour after dawn and must be off the lake at least one hour before dusk. During GMT dawn to dusk will apply as usual to all the fisheries.

The fishery rules will remain the same with no amendments. So, please read the attached information carefully as you will be accepting to abide by these rules in full when you purchase a permit for Nar Valley Fisheries. No excuses will be accepted for not understanding the rules. If you have any queries please ask for clarity before you fish. Again, this season we intend not to give out warnings of behaviour or breach of the rules. Anyone reprimanded will be asked to leave the fishery immediately and their permit permanently withdrawn without refund.

I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the bailiffs and members who gave up their weekends in the closed season last year to get the fishery back into shape for the start of the new season. Any offers of help throughout this forthcoming closed period will, once again, be most appreciated.

All members, guests and visitors must carry photographic ID at all times when on site

Fish Prices:
(Available from Gayton Road Fisheries)
All fish are subject to availability.