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Old 17-05-2010, 03:19 PM   #1
Marton Heath Trout Pools, Cheshire
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Default Re: Marton Heath Trout Pools, Cheshire

I fished Marton Pools yesterday 2pm -8 and had a good day 8 rainbows all about a pound on a little black klinkhammer, bibio's and a bluey grey dry that I don't know the name of, being new to the sport I suppose I should keep a record of what they are called. I saw other people catch also and in the log book I saw some one had caught 13. It's a lovely fishery with three lakes I only fished one of them but the owner is really into wild life and has put a lot of effot into the suroundings. I had visited before but on RSPB or nature watch days. I will go againn for sure.
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Fished there today. Fished all 3 pools and caught in each of them. Had 7 rainbows. The largest was around 3 pounds. 1 Brownie of 2 lb and a small Perch. All on cats whisker and fritz lure. Lost 3 fish and had loads of pulls as well. It's a well run and organised fishery in beautiful surroundings. Was a grand day out.
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Pretty enough place. Have to say though I have a always found the farmer to be miserable verging on hostile to non regulars and people under the age of 40.
Wouldn't recommend it at all, fair enough he does "wildlife days" but from what I have been told its just another attempt to squeeze a few quid more out of his farm.
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Has any body fished here recently?

What patterns are working best?

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