Linear Fisheries Hunts Corner Reviews, guides and tips
Hunts Corner Overview
This lovely lake of over nine acres is situated just a few minutes drive away from the main complex. It is stocked with over 400 carp, and at least 40% of these are estimated at over twenty pounds in weight. There are a number of different thirties present in the water to nearly 40lb.
Linear continue to keep the water well stocked. A number of carp were stocked in 2016 and there will be more introduced in the neat future.
Hunts Corner Lake is a secluded, long rectangular shaped gravel pit that is well matured. There are only ten swims that have been situated in a way to give the angler more seclusion and nearly an acre of water to fish. Because of this prices are slightly higher than our other ticket waters and in line with our other waters places are available on a first come first served basis – we do not take bookings for individual swims but can take bookings for the whole lake.
Hunts Corner Lake Records
- Mirror Carp – 43lb 5oz
- Common Carp – 35lb 12oz
- Ghost Carp – 26lb 9oz
- Bream – 16lb 4oz
- Tench – 12lb 11oz
- Roach – 2lb 5oz
- Chub – 7lb 14oz
- Perch – 4lb 9oz
Hunts Corner Lake Prices
1 Rod £11.50
2 Rods £24
3 Rods £30
Hunts Corner Best Spots
Pegs 10 and 9 are probably the best on the lake, there is a bar in the middle at peg 10 and peg 9 is good, marker about to the left and you will find a bowl.
Best Bait to use
White baits are really good tipped with corn, presented over a particle mix with lots of hemp and corn.
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**Please note that once you set up in a swim, you will be charged from that time. If you do not intend to fish the night you must vacate the swim. If you occupy a swim overnight, you will be charged for a minimum two rod ticket**
Cars must be parked in the car parks provided. Do not block or park in front of any fishery gates, if you block a gate, you may be asked to leave the fishery.
Anglers must not stop their cars anywhere on the main B4449 road or in the entrance to Manor Farm Lake & St. Johns.
No driving or parking on the grass at any of the lakes. If you break this rule you will be asked to leave the fishery, no matter how far you have travelled.
You are not allowed to reserve swims – The only exceptions are as follows: A) If you have already spoken to one the fishery bailiff’s and paid for the swims when setting up. B) You are allowed to put a bucket in the swim when you first arrive and choose a swim but you must immediately return to your car, load your tackle and return to that swim. If a bucket is left in a swim for longer than 45 minutes, fishery staff may remove it. C) Lake hire is available for match and events, waters can be booked in advance dependant on availability, only bookings of over ten will be considered.
Barbed or barbless hooks may be used. Please Note: Hunts Corner Pond Rules may vary to the main day ticket carp lakes – See noticed board located at Hunts Pond.
Rods must not be left unattended. Up to three rods only are allowed and you must have the appropriate E.A. licence to cover these.
No carp, pike, catfish or any other fish to be retained for long periods – carp-sacks are not allowed. Floating retention slings are permitted for retaining fish for up to 30 minutes whilst un-hooking mats, scales and cameras are prepared. (Please see further details on retention slings under the Rules Header of our web-site).
Unhooking mats must be used at all times for all carp, pike, catfish and large fish of other species.
No boats, drones, bait boats, radios, guns, fires, picnics, swimming, drugs or heavy drinking.
NO DOGS EXCEPT ON A LEAD AND UNDER CONTROL.
There are no bait restrictions, but all multiple baits such as seeds, nuts, peas and beans must be well soaked, well cooked and used in moderation.
Permanently fixed leads are not allowed and unhooking mats should always be used for any fish – RIGS WILL BE CHECKED BY OUR BAILIFFS.
You are not allowed to use a spomb to introduce bait unless it is used in conjunction with a ‘spomb float’ attachment (if you’ve haven’t got one with you, they can be purchased from the fishery). This is to help prevent lost/cracked off spombs sinking to the lake bed and causing snags.
Spodding maggots is no longer allowed. They can only be used as hook baits, in PVA bags or in feeders. As a general rule you shouldn’t be using more than around 4 pints per day.
No live or dead baiting is allowed for catfish or pike between March 31st and October 1st.
No live fish to be taken onto the site from outside sources.
No transferring of fish between waters – no fish to be taken away or killed.
Pike fishing is only allowed in the winter months between October 1st and March 31st.
Wading is not allowed, except when aiding in safe netting or release of fish, in shallow water areas. Please do not wade on any of our waters to position baits. Always put your own safety first when returning fish.
The lakes are on private property, so you should do nothing to disturb others, make no noise and keep lights at night to a minimum.
The use of BBQ’s is permitted but they must be raised off the ground. If you use a disposable BBQ and it burns the grass you will be asked to leave the fishery.
If you double up in a swim you can only fish two rods each, with the exception of a handful of large swims dotted around the complex. If you are unsure whether you can use 2 or 3 rods each, when doubling up, please check with the bailiff.