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    Default Fishery facilities

    Just read a piece in Trout Fisherman mag where their featured “Fishery of the Month” offers tuition, corporate days and a small lodge. Presumably they cater for female anglers as well. All fine but it then says there are no toilets at present. £25-£40 to fish 0700 to dusk.

    What facilities do you enjoy at your regular fisheries or what do you expect as a minimum?
    Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught and the last river poisoned, will we realise, we cannot eat money.

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    " there are no toilets at present"

    That is a joke, So if anyone needs to have a bowel movement what are they supposed to do?, ***** behind a tree if there is any???



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    Quote Originally Posted by treecutter View Post
    " there are no toilets at present"

    That is a joke, So if anyone needs to have a bowel movement what are they supposed to do?, ***** behind a tree if there is any???


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    But it is TF fishery of the month!
    Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught and the last river poisoned, will we realise, we cannot eat money.

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    There's a lot of club waters that don't have toilet facilities, some don't have any facilities at all.
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    Default Re: Fishery facilities

    There's no toilets were I fish.



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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbly face View Post
    There's a lot of club waters that don't have toilet facilities, some don't have any facilities at all.
    That’s fine for a club. That wouldn’t bother me but what if you visited a commercial fishery at those prices, what would you expect?
    Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish caught and the last river poisoned, will we realise, we cannot eat money.

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    No facilities where I fish either, unless you count sheep, it is Wales after all Fishery facilities


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    The stocked fisheries I've been to have all had toilets. Some of them were so deeply unpleasant you'd be better off with a bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colinc1978 View Post
    No facilities where I fish either, unless you count sheep, it is Wales after all Fishery facilities


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    Yeah but do you take advantage of those facilities.

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    So if anyone needs to have a bowel movement what are they supposed to do?, ***** behind a tree if there is any???

    Use any cover you can - trees or walls, man has done this since time began.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morayfisher View Post
    That’s fine for a club. That wouldn’t bother me but what if you visited a commercial fishery at those prices, what would you expect?
    A lot clubs offer day tickets and many at £25 for the day.
    One club I'm in isn't allowed toilet facilities (including chemical) because of fear of leakage running into drinking water.
    Are there facilities for day ticket river fishing (thinking the more expensive ones)?

    As been posted, some offer only basic such as a bucket (or as good as/worse as).
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