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Leigh Sinton Syndicate Open Days

The fast expending Arrow Meadow Fisheries, which operates a portfolio of exclusive venues in the Midlands, is inviting anglers to join a syndicate to fish its four new specimen carp lakes at Worcestershire’s Leigh Sinton Farm.

In advance of opening the lakes for fishing in June 2022, Arrow Meadow is to hold a series of Open Days for potential members.

Since last year Arrow Meadow have carried out an extensive programme of modernisation at the four lakes which has included otter fencing the waters, installing roadways and car parks and stocking all four with a mix of mirror and common carp to 35lbs as well as pike, perch, chub and tench.

The four lakes – Lakes 1, 2, 3 and 4 – previously formed part of the seven lake Leigh Sinton Farm Fishery at Leigh Sinton. The remaining three waters, Lakes 5, 6 and 7, will continue to be operated as previously by Leigh Sinton Farm.

Although numbers have yet to be finalised, it is anticipated that the syndicate will be open to a maximum of 60 anglers.

Anglers wishing to attend the Open Days need to register their interest on-line at https://www.arrowmeadowfishery.com/register-your-interest/.

 

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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