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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #211

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Now that I am getting on a bit I'm afraid that the legs aren't what they used to be and so if possible I like to park my car near to my peg and as I really fancy fishing Poysers Pond when the weather warms up a bit I would appreciate any info that anyone can supply
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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #212

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Hi George. The parking for Poysers Pond is situated between Grimshaws Lake and Olvers Lake. If you park your vehicle on this car park you only have a very short walk to Poysers, this is a very flat grassed area so not difficult to walk with your tackle to the pond. Hope this helps George. Regards Ian
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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #213

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Thanks Ian sounds just the job all we need now is a bit of sun
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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #214

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Hi George. Yes be nice when the ground firms up a bit, fed up with all this rain now. Poysers has been fishing really well throughout the winter months with good catches of Roach / Bream and Carp coming out, this will only get better as things start to warm up "hopefully". Let me know how you get on when you try Poysers, think you'll enjoy it as its a great little fishery. Ian
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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #215

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One thing to remember when you do park up in the car park, is to park at an angle. I didn't realise this until I parked right in front of the sign that you can hardly read on the wire fence. Sorry guys.
Maybe we could get a new clearer sign put up if it is paramount that we do have to park at an angle. Just an observation.
Cast a line and have fun
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accessability Poysers Pond 6 years 7 months ago #216

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Hi Andy. Yes there will be a new sign erected indicating the Herring-bone parking. This system of parking has worked really well over the past season. Ian
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