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Fishery Name: Catch 22 Lakes - Norfolk Koi Import Ltd
Address: Walnut Tree Farm, Easthaugh Road, Norwich, NR9 5BQ

Grid Reference: Entrance Grid Ref: TG 08850 17655

Car Park Grid Ref: TG 09040 17620
Sat Nav: NR9 5LN
Phone Numbers: 01603 872948
Email Address: enquiries@catch22fishingcentre.com

dave@catch22fishingcentre.com
Description:

The Day Ticket Lake is a mature gravel pit of twenty acres that's over forty years old. It has thirty three spacious swims, thirty one of these being bankside swims and the island swim and peg 32. Ten of the bankside swims are doubles having room for two people: Peg 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 15, 20, 23, 28 and 31.

The island swim and peg 32 are situated the northern end of the lake and are reachable by boat. Both of these also have room for two people. Depths range from eight to twenty-four feet and it boasts many features including islands, bars, plateaus and springs.

No.2 Lake is a Season Ticket water of four and a half acres that's only available to fish on a yearly membership ticket. It has lots of features with spacious and well maintained swims.

Fish Species:
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Barbel
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Bitterling
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Bleak
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Bream
Common
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Bream
Silver
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Bullhead
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Carp
Common
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Carp
Crucian
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Carp
Ghost
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Carp
Grass
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Carp
Koi
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Carp
Mirror
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Catfish
Wels
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Chub
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Crayfish
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Dace
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Eel
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Goldfish
Brown
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Gudgeon
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Minnow
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Orfe
Golden
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Perch
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Pike
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Pumpkin
seed
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Roach
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Rudd
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Ruffe
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Schelly
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Stickle
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Stone
Loach
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Tench
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Walleye
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Zander
Rules: Day Ticket Rules:

Anyone breaking these rules will be asked to leave the fishery. The staff are here to help and make your stay a pleasant one. If you have any doubts please ask. All anglers should be in possession of a valid EA License.

Please dip and rinse landing nets, unhooking mats and weigh slings before setting up.

Two rods only per person (marker rods must be reeled in once area has been selected). Never leave rods unattended.

No braided main lines.

No leaders.

Barbless hooks only (not barbed hooks with nipped down barbs), maximum size 6, no bent hooks or Longshank nailer pattern etc.

No leadcore in any shape or form.

Leads must be able to break free with a minimum amount of force. Unhooking mats must be large and well padded i.e. beanie mat, carp cradle.

Landing nets must be at least 42" (90cm).

No unhooking fish on platforms or ground. Use a dampened down mat at all times and carry fish to water in either a landing net or weigh sling release.

Antiseptic must be used to treat abrasions on fish.

No trout pellets, peanuts, tiger nuts or goo.

No pre-baiting or excessive feeding.

No sacking fish, unless damaged (for checking by staff).

No transferring fish between lakes.

No fishing is allowed on the North Bank.

No litter. We provide bin bags, please ask at shop and dispose of in bins around lake.

Please retain any damaged or sick fish and advise staff.

No cutting back vegetation.

No pressurised or bright lamps.

No boats or bait boats.

Anyone trying to remove fish from these waters will be prosecuted, we operate 24 hour surveillance.

Anglers using boats to get to the island swim and peg 32 must not use them for baiting up and use lifejackets provided.

From 1st January 2012 only two people will be allowed on the island swim and peg 32 i.e. either two anglers per swim or one angler plus non-angler.

No fires or barbecues.

No excess alcohol.

No drugs.

No dogs.

No swimming.

No bivvy mallets.

No loud noise or music.

Please use the toilets provided.

Please return Catch 22 barrows after delivering your equipment to a swim.

Carp Fishing

Minimum line strength allowed is 10lb, maximum is 15lb (not double strength types).

Pike Fishing

Deadbaits only.

No lures or spinning.

Please place all discarded line in litter bins provided and advise staff of any birds or fish tethered by line on 07810 160915



Rules: No.2 Lake Rules:

Anyone breaking these rules will be asked to leave the fishery. The staff are here to help and advise and make your stay a pleasant one. If you have any doubts please ask. All anglers should be in possession of a valid EA license.

Please dip and rinse landing nets, unhooking mats and weigh slings before setting up.

Three rods only per person (marker rods must be reeled in once area has been selected).

Never leave rods unattended.

Minimum line strength allowed is 10lb, maximum is 15lb (not double strength types).

No braided main lines.

Barbless hooks only (not barbed hooks with nipped down barbs), maximum size 6, no bent hooks or longshank nailer.

Leads must be able to break free with a minimum amount of force.

No leadcore.

No leaders.

Unhooking mats must be large and well padded i.e. beanie mat, carp cradle.

Landing nets must be at least 42"(90cm).

No unhooking fish on platform or ground. Use a dampened down mat at all times and carry fish to water in either a landing net or weigh sling release.

Antiseptic must be used to treat abrasions on fish.

No trout pellets, peanuts, tiger nuts or goo.

No pre-baiting or excessive feeding.

No casting to opposite margins, except on SPLIT.

Disturbing other anglers will not be tolerated (this includes thrashing the water to a frenzy with marker floats/spods).

No sacking fish, unless damaged (for checking by staff).

No transferring fish between lakes.

No litter. We provide bin bags, please ask at shop. Please dispose of in bins around lake.

Please retain any damaged or sick fish and advise staff.

No cutting back vegetation.

No pressurised or bright lamps.

No boats or bait boats.

Anyone trying to remove fish from these waters will be prosecuted, we operate 24 hour surveillance.

No fires or barbecues.

No excess alcohol.

No drugs.

No dogs.

No swimming.

No loud noise or music.

Please use the toilets provided. Please return Catch 22 barrows after delivering your equipment to a swim.

Pike Fishing

Deadbaits only. No Lures or spinning.

Please place all discarded line in litter bins provided and advise staff of any birds or fish tethered by line on 07810 160915.
Facilities:

The area around the lakes is trimmed regularly and kept tidy, with well maintained paths for transporting your gear.

The Catch 22 Tackle Shop is well stocked with a wide range of bait and tackle for the carp angler.

Cafe Catch is open for breakfast Monday - Saturday 8.30am -10.30am. We have been awarded the highest rating of 5 for food hygiene every year for the last nine, based on food hygiene procedures, practises, cleanliness and facilities.

Please book breakfasts in advance.

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