The Dell Prices & Rules

The Dell - Prices

  • Syndicate membership price: £1000.00 per annum.
  • Winter tickets are also available.

Please contact us on 07775 866703 for further information and ticket availability.

The Dell - Rules & Regulations

  • The minimum breaking strain of the main line is 15 lbs.
  • Barbed hooks only are permitted.
  • MONO SHOCK LEADERS are not permitted - ONLY BRAID SHOCK LEADERS are allowed.
  • Cradles and retainers are not permitted to be used.
  • Weigh slings must be used when fish are weighed.
  • Bait Boats are allowed.
  • Rods must never be left unattended unless visiting one swim distance either side of your swim.
  • GENERAL NOTE - Could all members please show a little bit of fishing etiquette - if you turn up to fish and there are other swims available, please try to leave at least one swim space and not set up right next door to other anglers. This is not a rule but general fishing etiquette.
  • ENTRANCE GATE TO BE KEPT LOCKED AT ALL TIMES (A REPLACEMENT FOB COSTS £30.00)
  • CATCH REPORT BOOK - Please log all captures in the book. (Photographs of captures of any of our fish would be appreciated).
  • Fishing from designated swims only.
  • Maximum of 3 rods.
  • UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES are fish to be removed or introduced.
  • PLEASE KEEP YOUR FISHERY TIDY AT ALL TIMES - All rubbish including teabags and cigarette butts must be removed when you leave. We have provided a Eurobin located in the car park. The bin is for rubbish pertaining to your fishing only and anyone caught putting household or other rubbish in this bin will have their membership revoked.
  • Members are not permitted to leave their swim/bivvy unattended for longer than 2 hours in a 24 hour period. If you wish to leave for more than 2 hours your tackle must be packed up and left in the car park. You are not permitted to leave it between swims.
  • Members are not permitted to set up their bivvy up and leave the fishery within the first 24 hours of a session.
  • Members are permitted to stay a maximum of 6 days. No return for 24 hrs.
  • Please observe swim boundary markers - for clarification of this rule please speak to a bailiff.
  • On arrival at the lake a bucket may be used to secure a swim for up to 1 hour.
  • If you are already fishing and you wish to move swims you will need to vacate the swim you are in and hold the new swim with your rods.
  • Fishing etiquette - please ask if it is ok with the person in the swim you are moving to if you may set up your bivvy behind the swim.
  • Zig rigs are permitted at a bailiffs discretion e.g. in winter months.
  • Non fishing guests are not permitted at any time unless they are your spouse or partners. If your spouse/partner is not staying the night they must vacate the fishery by 10pm to avoid disruption to other members.
  • Dogs must be approved by the fishery prior to visiting. If permission is granted they are not permitted to swim in the lake and must be kept under strict control by their owner at all times. All dogs mess must be removed immediately. Any dog found to be causing a nuisance will be ejected from the fishery and permission revoked. Everyone with a dog must display a "Beware of the Dog" sign in their swim area.
  • Vehicles should be driven sensibly and MUST be left in the official car park.
  • Only off the ground BBQ's are permitted. Under no circumstances is any wood to be burned on a BBQ as a fire.
  • Remember you are fishing, the fishes and your safety is a priority, no excessive drinking. If a bailiff believes you have had too much alcohol you will be asked to leave or stop fishing.
  • No fires, swimming or firearms. Please keep to your own swim and show consideration for the other members. Do not breakdown any vegetation or trespass on surrounding property.
  • All incidents of misconduct or rule violation must be reported immediately.

Breaching these fishery rules may result in permanent loss of membership with no reimbursement of any membership fee.

The gate keys remain the property of Prior's Carp Fisheries and must be returned upon a revocation.

There will be bailiffs looking after the fishery that will stringently enforce the above Rules & Regulations at all times.

If you have any doubt about anything please do not hesitate to ask a bailiff.

Emergency phone numbers 07775 866703 or 07768 124462 (Michael).