in my opinion, they have been visited by the wrong sort of people,the ones that don't put fish back.Especially Brampton,I like fishing on my own so I went over there in winter and summer,prob about 10 times,never saw a soul over there(happy days)but I never saw a fish,a rise or a bubble,i made as much noise as I could walking around the place to try and spook something.It is proper raiders of the lost ark over there,swims totally overgrown,plank bridges that you worry if you will make it across! Think 5ft was the deepest I found over there.I did enjoy fishing it and will prob go over there again,last time I was there was about 2 months ago,Hemingford grey is worth fishing still I am told,but again because it has some remote spots ,it has had the same probs as the other places,most of the people I have seen on there have been the long stay anglers,i only fished it in the winter.Most of the river stretches I fished I am the only one there,but there is a reason for that as I have said before,Someone mentioned Bures lake and when I looked on there facebook page that was all they talked about.Tengisgol wrote:Can you explain please Tizer, I have fished all of them thirty five years ago, what are they like now?Tizer wrote:I have joined the LAA again this year,i have fished A/B/C/D orwhatever the other bits are called,i have fished Hemingford grey and Brampton pits ,All once famous places ,I did ask the question on a different site,How could the LAA let these places go so far downhill,but it got deleted. Such a shame
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