I think it is rather nice that there are lure fishing venues which I have no intention whatsoever of fishing (I'm not bothered that some would exclude my method). You fish them to your heart's content. I have no intention of ever fishing with lures (I think it's very dull). But variety is the spice of life. It would be truly boring if we all did the same thing and fished the same places, and even worse if I tried to hinder or impact how or where you choose to fish. There should be a niche for everything and everyone. If you want to fish at Farmoor, I suggest you may wish to learn to fly fish.Lures are far less likely to deep hook a fish than bait and also flies since they have more hooks. Something like a Rapala is pretty much impossible to swallow without getting hooked in the mouth. So why not just try to ban the specific things that you think are problems rather than citing them as a justification for banning everything other than flies?
I can't ever remember deep hooking a fish with a fly by the way. It doesn't happen with the flies I use. When I was in the U.S. I asked why I encountered so many trout without maxillaries. I was told they were ripped off by lure hooks - a lot of the waters there are mixed use.