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    seems my missus has booked a cheap break to Chichester park holiday centre.

    been told I can do a bit of fishing on the park lakes, does anybody have any info on the day ticket lakes available?
    should have gone to specsavers!

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    Check out Chichester Lakeside Fishery if your on Facebook, I've not fished that way for a while but have heard of a few decent ones from West lake,vinnetrow and Runcton are now syndicate and ivy has lots of out of bounds and an unknown stock, enjoy your break!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    seems my missus has booked a cheap break to Chichester park holiday centre.

    been told I can do a bit of fishing on the park lakes, does anybody have any info on the day ticket lakes available?
    sun holiday package!
    plenty of decent sea fishing a couple of miles away from pagham beach
    from the skool of hard knocks and the university of life

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    my missus has booked a cheap break to Chichester park holiday centre.
    You lucky lucky bar'steward ! PMSL
    Living the dream James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    does anybody have any info on the day ticket lakes available?
    Yes they are crap.

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    Plenty of all thats wrong with carp angling there , mallet wielding spod jockeys throughout im afraid

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    ''Mallet wielding spod jockeys'' ........... LOL


    Not just me that attracts these types then ....



    Regards Tad.

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    You lucky lucky bar'steward ! PMSL
    Living the dream James.

    you knows it medway!!

    Yes they are crap.

    Cheers Wates lol

    Plenty of all thats wrong with carp angling there , mallet wielding spod jockeys throughout im afraid

    Sounds great Thommo

    Perhaps I will leave me rods at home
    should have gone to specsavers!

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    The west lake will be worth a go and is fairly quiet midweek. Half a dozen 30's maybe more and a few over 40. East lake will be full of planks at weekend's but it's nowhere near as bad as the posts above make out. Fish seem to have come on a bundle last 5 years and think they are putting a bit of money into it finally.
    not exactly fast an furious olly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealTreeKid View Post
    The west lake will be worth a go and is fairly quiet midweek. Half a dozen 30's maybe more and a few over 40. East lake will be full of planks at weekend's but it's nowhere near as bad as the posts above make out. Fish seem to have come on a bundle last 5 years and think they are putting a bit of money into it finally.
    And they now have a full time fishery manager working hard to clean the place up and enforcing the rules so it's no longer a free for all.
    Old enough to retire. poor enough not to.

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