· A current Environment Agency license is essential.
· Fly fishing only on the main lake barbless hooks only.
· Bait pond – all legal methods, barbless hooks and single spinners only.
· No ‘flickers’ or ‘boobies’ to be used on either lake.
· A team of three flies is permitted. Abide by good practice catch and release.
· All landing nets must be of knotless nylon; these may be borrowed on request.
· No rod to be left in the water unattended.
· Please report all catches to staff on leaving.
Use of Boats, Jetty / Piers, General Safety
· Buoyancy aids must be worn at all times when using a boat; they are available at reception.
· Please inform a staff if you require Instruction on donning a buoyancy aid.
· Inspect boat before entering & draw staff attention to issues.
· No standing in boats, please respect other boat users space.
· Boats may be slippery, enter with caution, inform staff of issues before entering
· Jetties and piers may be slippery, use with caution, inform staff of issues
· Ask a member of staff or make yourself aware – location of lifesaving equipment.
The Lakes Environment
· Abide by the country code, take litter home or place it in the bins provided.
· Please lift all leader, it can kill and maim wildlife.
· Unless invited do not encroach on another angler’s space.
· Use any suitable and safe fishing location around the lakes.
Children on Site
· Children age 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Inspect Bags, Lost or Damaged Items, Speed Limit
· The management reserves the right to inspect any angler’s belongings whilst on the fishery and to refuse entry.
· Management take no responsibility for anything lost or damaged on the property
· Vehicles are parked at your own risk.
· Without exception the speed limit on site is 15mph.
· Children are not permitted on the fly lake unless fishing.
Emergency Procedures & Contact Details
· In event of emergency call 999.
· Our address is; 32b Old Church Lane, Aghalee, Craigavon, BT67 0EY.
· Our grid reference is; Latitude 54.516513, Longitude -6.2301750. · Our telephone numbers; Land 028 9265 1421, Mob 077 4041 0783.
Water Safety Advice
· Always wear something that is designed to help you float, even if you can swim.
· Do not under any circumstances wade into the lakes.
· When you arrive at your spot, consider what you will do if you fall into the water and consider where you can get out.
· Know where you are located so that you can direct the emergency services to your area. · Know how to perform CPR and learn some basic lifesaving skills.
· Flooded wellington boots or waders make it very difficult to move and can be a significant hazard. Do you need to wear them?
· Always try to set up in a safe position with even ground.
· Have a throw line with you and get experience in how to use it.
· Be aware of your surroundings and take notice of any warning signs when out and about.
· Do not run next to open water, stay well clear of bank edges.