Radcliffe Angling Society


 

 

     Armitage Vale Lodge

 

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  You can only fish on two sides of the lodge due to the shape of the lodge.

   The water is quite shallow close in, but there's a deeper channel in the middle.

  There are 8 fishing platforms on one side of the lodge with decking and around 8 pegs on the other side.

  The water is covered in weed close in and we have tried various methods of trying to remove it. 

  You can park at the side of the lodge on the road or just past the lodge on some spare land.

   The main species of fish in this lodge are:- Crucian Carp, Roach, Perch, Tench, Bream, Rudd, Pike.and the odd Carp.

  The best baits for this water are:- Maggots, Castors, Pinkies, Worms, Sweetcorn and Pellets.

  The best methods tend to be fishing the pole, ledger or waggler.

  Click here for Map and here for Directions

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Radcliffe Angling Society 2007 - Designed by Walter Bilinkewycz