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Broad Acres installs lakeside Anglers’ Pods

Worcestershire’s Broad Acres Fishery has installed four timber Anglers’ Pods on Main Lake to provide day and night ticket anglers with accommodation which is a touch more luxurious than standard bivvies.

Ideal for individual anglers, couples or families, the pods are set slightly back from the waters edge and are available for hire at an introductory cost of £30.00. The pods are available from 11.00am until 10.00am the following day.

The pods are the latest in a series of improvements which have been carried out at Broad Acres Fishery. Following the success of recent trial night fishing sessions at Broad Acres, the fishery is now taking bookings for sessions at a cost of £20.00. Anglers need to book in advance and can do so by telephoning 07866 721141 during normal hours or 07510 697224 after 5.30pm.

The fishery has also introduced mid-week one-to-one fishing tuition for new, novice and experienced anglers. The two hour sessions cost £10.00 for juniors under 16 and £20.00 for adults plus the cost of the day ticket. Tackle and bait will be provided for anglers who have not fished before although existing anglers should bring their own tackle and the bait they wish to use. Phone Pete Rice on 07510 697224 or Mandy Morgan on 07866 721141 for further information or to book.

Written by Peter Cliff
With career in PR and journalism, Peter has written for most the major angling publications and enjoyed fishing for the last 50 years.

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