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Taking baits out in boat 2 years 7 months ago #1027

  • Richard_Barnard
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Hi all.,

I hope this short note finds you all well

On the rules it states that the use of a boat is forbidden unless it’s owned by a share holder? Dose this mean that there is a boat on each lake that is useable that is owned by a share holder?

I only ask this as I wondered if I could row my baits out and bait up on red house? Am I not allowed to bring my own boat down to use to take rigs out and bait up?

Thanks for any help anyone can give.

All the best and tight lines.
R.Barnard
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Taking baits out in boat 2 years 7 months ago #1028

  • Ian Hole
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Hello Richard. In answer to your question, no we don't have a boat on each lake, this rule means that only a Shareholder my use a boat on the Pride of Derby waters. If you want to take your baits out to a long distance you may use a Bait-Boat, in order to use one of these you will require a Bait-Boat Permit from either myself or one of our Bailiffs. Please note there is no charge for these, however they do come with a set of rules that must be adhered to when in use. If you have any questions relating to the above please contact me on the number in you Season Ticket. Regards Ian Hole.
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Taking baits out in boat 2 years 7 months ago #1029

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Hi Ian

Thanks for your reply, hopefully I’ll see dean on his rounds again and remember this time to ask for a permit. Thanks again.

All the best. :)
R.Barnard
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