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Old 05-25-2011, 05:53 PM
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Default Milton Farm, Payhembury, Devon


Address - Milton Farm, Payhembury, Honiton, Devon, EX14 3HE
Tel: (01404) 850236
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SatNav EX14 3HE
Ticket Prices - 6 adult, 3 concessions
Stock - Mixed coarse, including carp, perch and rudd



Set in a lovely part of the Devonshire countryside, fishing is available on these five small but intriguing farm pools. They are spring fed and produce some very decent fish including carp to a stunning 27lb, tench to 8lb, a very good head of crucian carp to 1lb 8oz, roach and rudd to 1lb plus the occasional bream. Ask about accomodation.

Float fishing tends to rule the roost with baits like corn, meat or bread. Having said that, floating crust or dog biscuit can supply some busy carp action in the evenings. By day, float fish bread paste for decent sized fish including carp. Maggot and caster will account for plenty of bites from roach, rudd and crucian carp.

Tickets can be bought on the bank, and are 6 adults (3.50 after 5pm), and 3 for u16s. Night fishing by strict prior appointment. Disabled access. No large carp in keepnets, barbless hooks only. Toilets on site, food outlets nearby.

From Honiton take the A30 towards Exeter. Leave the A30 dual carriageway at the Iron Bridge exit and travel through Fenny Bridges to Patterson's Cross. Turn right here to Feniton. Immediately before the level crossing turn left signed Talaton. Cross the railway and take the next sharp right at Talewater. Turn left at the crossroads towards Milton and the fishery is signed, after half a mile, on the right hand side.
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