On 16 Aug 2017 at 7:45pm Millis3 wrote:
Anyone know the different types of fish that can be caught in the pells? Also a list of fish that's in the Ouse (location as well if possible) cheers.
On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:12pm Fishy wrote:
Plumpton college killed all the fish.
On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:34pm landporter wrote:
As far as i know...the main species in the Pells are Carp and Roach. You may get the odd Tench or Goldfish too.
The Ouse has Roach, Rudd, Dace, Bleak, Pike, Carp, Bream, Sea Trout, Brown Trout, Eels, Dabs, Grey Mullet, the occasional Catfish, possibly a few more fresh and esturine species.
On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:43pm Millis3 wrote:
Great cheers, do you know if the pells has any mirror carp in there? Also heard there was a koi somewhere in the pells but not sure if that's still the case... Someone told me some polish went netting there a few years back catching carp to eat?!
On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:52pm Landporter wrote:
There's plenty of carp in there still....not sure if there's any mirrors but they go to about 8lb and fight well on light float tackle. There might be the odd Koi or goldfish which has been released from a garden pond.
As for the Polish....not sure but nothing would surprise me.
On 16 Aug 2017 at 9:57pm Millis3 wrote:
Was down there today with my father in law he pulled out a common just under 10lb, reports of them getting up to 14lb!
On 16 Aug 2017 at 11:04pm New fisherman wrote:
Do you need a license to fish there or up the river if so where do I obtain one and how much atevthey thanks
On 17 Aug 2017 at 2:00am polish man wrote:
we have Carp on Christmas day in Poland, personally I just buy it
On 17 Aug 2017 at 2:35am Horseman7 wrote:
I seem to recall that you need both a licence and a permit. I think you get one from LDC and the other from the shooting shop in Cliffe High Street, the one with the heron in the window.
On 17 Aug 2017 at 4:47am Landporter wrote:
You'll need a rod license to fish in any freshwater pond or river which you can get from the post office or online from the environment agency. You'll then need a Pells permit which you get from the town hall. The river is free from Wiley's bridge down to the sea, although there may be the occasional stretch where it is run by a club so check first.
On 17 Aug 2017 at 7:11am millis3 wrote:
Rod license is £30 for the year and the pells permit is only £6.25, think it's from the bridge by the scrap yard to the sea is free fishing.
On 17 Aug 2017 at 7:29am Landporter wrote:
From what i gather, If you go up river from Wiley's bridge to the first Stile, that's where the free fishing ends and goes over to Ouse angling or something like that. However, there were no signs up last time i walked it. Further up by Hamsey cut, Hassocks angling club has the north bank and again, i thing the southern bank (Landport side) is run by Ouse angling.
On 17 Aug 2017 at 8:27am Mr sheen wrote:
I'm a polish man.
On 26 Aug 2018 at 2:22pm Tobey wrote:
Recently a carp just over 15.5 lb there are quite a few mirrors but mostly commons there are no koi and I don't think there are any gold fish in there. No tench as the swam out in the floods but there are eel up to around 2lb roach up to 1lb and rud
On 26 Aug 2018 at 4:14pm Tobey wrote:
There are no koi or tench and I think there is one gold fish in there, you do need a licence there are carp up to 16lb and mirrors around 8lb normally they are about 4lb also there are eel up to 2lb
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