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Well it's great to be back... even if it's under these most strange times. As I’m sure you are now fully aware, angling was given the green light to go ahead and we are now operating to government guidelines. As long as we do things sensibly and don't facilitate the spreading of the Corvid 19 virus we can all continue to have amazing times at Fryerning. This video is a guide to what you can and can't do at Fryerning now we are open.

DOWNLOAD: Main Lake Corvid 19 Guideline July 2020 PDF

DOWNLOAD: Valley Lakes Corvid 19 Guideline July 2020 PDF

First things first, distancing is something we all have to get used to and practice at all times, to keep safe and to stop the spread of the Virus. At all times this has got to be adhered to, you must keep a distance from fellow members, and the fishery team including the dogs. There will be no exceptions to this what so ever.

With lockdown easing, we are making a few changes from 1st July 2020.

Times you can enter/leave the fishery will still remain in place.

So you can arrive between 12:00 – 20:30 and leave between 6:00am – 11:00am

MAXUIM STAY will go back to the normal 5 days.

Day session anglers who are only fishing for the day, can arrive at 6:00am and leave 20:30 as usual.

The Net dip will remain in place. So please use your own equipment for the time being. Make sure your equipment is dry before entering the premises.

Catch reports are back to normal and will be relocated to outside of the toilet block. Please use the hand wipes provided.

Guest’s will be allowed by pre-booking as usual.

This system will be revised as time goes on, but in the meantime we feel this is the fairest for all.

It is not acceptable to start queuing at the gate before 12.

Once at the fishery you must not leave or have guest turn up, this includes going to the shops.

This system will be revised as time goes on, but in the meantime we feel this is the fairest for all.

Several areas have been made out of bounds and this includes The Lodge swim, The Lodge itself  and Howlers. The first available swim on the Main Lake will be The Chocolate finger (See Links above). When going to your swim avoid walking close to other anglers.

A new swim guide has been drawn up for The Main Lake and Valley Lakes Please take note and download.

For the foreseeable future you are to use your Mats, nets and slings. These must be dry before entering the site and then dipped. The net dip is located outside the toilet/shower block. The dip must be used as shown in the video. Remember bio security is still very important at the fishery.

The toilets are still in use but as always you must keep them clean and use either the disinfectant provided or your own to cleanse all surfaces you may have touched. This will ensure it shall stay a sterile safe area as possible.

You will notice many areas of newly sewn grass around the fishery, please keep off these areas.