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Old 09-01-2010, 10:02 PM
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Default Rosemary Wood, Lydiate, Merseyside


Address - Rosemary Wood Fishery, Riding Lane, Lydiate, Merseyside, L39 7
Tel: 07957434325
Website http://www.rosemarywood.co.uk
Email: info@rosemarywood.co.uk
SatNav L39 7
Ticket Prices - £6 adults. Concessions available
Stock - Mixed coarse, including carp, tench and roach


Located between Liverpool and Southport in the Northwest of England, Rosemary Wood Fishery is a commercial Carp fishery providing great sport for day-ticket and match anglers alike.

The Fishery consists of two lakes; Moss Lake which is approximately 5 acres and having 50 pegs and the smaller Island Pool at 3 acres with 41 pegs.

Although primarily a Carp fishery Rosemary Wood provides the Angler with the challenge of a number of other species including Bream, Roach, Ide, Tench, Chub, Perch, Orfe and Pike.

Rosemary Wood is open from 7:00am until sunset and day tickets are available on the bank. Stock include Common Carp to 22lb, Mirror Carp to 19lb, Ghost Carp to 14lb, Tench to 6lb and Bream to 5lb, Chub to 5lb. With the right tactics in the right conditions itís possible to put together a bag of 100lb+ of fish in just a few hours!

All of the pegs on each lake are within easy reach of the car parks and on Moss Lake you can even drive right up to most of them.
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:02 PM
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Just back from fishing on Moss Lake. Got there about 2.30pm and fished until 8.00pm. It was an enjoyable day, I caught 8 carp in total and lost a couple more.

I fished here last year using light tackle and maggots, hoping to get some nice roach and skimmers. It was fairly quiet that day, nothing to write home about, but the lake came to life late in the day and I was snapped three times in quick succession by carp in the margins. The bailiff told me afterwards that the carp come in really close as they are used to being fed pellets late in the day.

With this in mind, I never bothered with the float rod and light tackle today. The fish that had snapped my line last year had to be double figures, so I set up my carp rod and went with 8lb line. Bait was luncheon meat, with red food dye added as well as some paprika.

It didn't take long for my first fish, hooked in the margins to my left. Not what I was hoping for though, it was a small mirror of around a pound at most. It was fairly quiet in the margins, which was to be expected as like I say, the carp generally come in later in the day. I was baiting up close in by a reed bed, thinking it would pay off later on.

For now though, I was going to fish further out. I was in peg 23, which meant I had the option of casting between two islands. I stayed tight to the left one and catapulted some meat and halibut pellets out there. I had two nice commons from that swim over the next hour or two, and also lost one that would have been even bigger based on the brief fight it put up before shedding the hook.

I'd continued to bait up the swim close in, and after a while I changed my hookbait to halibut pellet and dropped it into the margins by the reedbed. Not long afterwards the rod was almost dragged into the lake and I was into a really nice common. It put up one hell of a fight before I eventually got it in, and I'd guess it weighed around 12lb.

The margin swim went quiet after that for a couple of hours, but I managed to pick up another couple of carp from the island swim and lost another nice one. I'd switched back to meat at this point, and I stayed with that for the rest of the day.

As it began getting later, I went back to the margin and pulled in another two carp, a smallish common and finally a chunky mirror that was pushing double figures. The gates were being locked at 9pm, so I could have stayed a while longer but I was starving so called it a day an hour early.

As I walked back along the bank, I could see plenty of bubbles close in where the carp had moved in to feed. If you fish here, definitely try fishing the margins towards the end of the day as the action is pretty frantic and the fish here really go. Stay close to your rod too as it only takes a second for them to drag it in, and it's not just the big uns that can do it. My rod was almost puled in by a fish that couldn't have weighed more than 3lb.

In summary, not counting the first tiddler, the fish I caught went from between 3-12lb I'd say. As well as providing good fishing, this is a very picturesque lake and it's an enjoyable place to fish.

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Tough day here today. I hadn't been able to get out fishing at all so far this year, but the weather this week was meant to be glorious so I decided I had to make time to get out there. Wasn't a good day though, the sun was nowhere to be seen and when I got there I noticed the carp were spawning, which is obviously not good.

So, having dressed for what I thought would be a relaxing day in the sunshine I ended up sat there freezing as a biting wind swept across the lake into my face, and whatsmore the fish weren't biting either.

I caught two small carp (about a pound a half to two pound) and lost a couple of others, but it was hard going. People were catching on the other side of the lake, but both myself and the fella in the swim next to me struggled. I was using hair rigged luncheon meat, and tried it on the bomb and also had a go on the float too. Both fish I caught were on the ledger.

The spawning carp were at it all day, splashing around in the margins and their activity resulted in loads of line bites but they weren't interested in feeding. As I was packing up I spoke to a guy a bit further up and he'd had a much better day than me. He bagged half a dozen carp, the biggest being around 10lb and he also an 8 and a couple of sizes. He was using lobworm, so I may give that a go next time I'm here.
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