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Rose Park Fishery
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Rose Park Fishery
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The fishery is in a valley surrounded by trees. There are two lakes in the fishery totalling 2.5 acres. Both are very clear and fairly deep in parts with depths of up to 20ft. No catch, no charge! First fish costs £4 plus £1.65 per lb. Thereafter each fish charged at £1.65 per lb. The exception is for brown trout that are charged at £2.05 per lb.
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