By Bianca Seipp - 31st March 2012 7:09am
The long awaited new fishing venue on Coole Lane opens on 16th June.
Coole Acres Fishery has now launched its website — just click on the link below the photo.
Tranquil and secluded, set on 20 acres and surrounded by scenic Cheshire countryside, the fishery is located just a few hundred yards north of Overwater Marina and therefore within easy reach of Audlem and Nantwich.
Original carp introduced stocks were up to 22lbs, and through this season some of these specimen will comfortably attain very high 20's with some of the premier fish probably making 30lb or thereabouts.
The fishery comprises four lakes — a specimen three acre carp lake and three one acre pools. The 3 acre specimen carp lake holds the stock of the larger carp, the 3 smaller pools hold a range of high growth rate carp specimens plus tench, rudd and crucian carp — see the website for more specific detail.
High quality 24 hour toilet facilities are provided and for the overnighting anglers at the specimen lake, showers will be available.
The Angler's Lodge is a very special facility on the site, providing refreshments, a comfortable anglers' relaxation and "chill-down" area as well as a small tackle shop and further toilets.
More news on the progress will follow.
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