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Power Station

Fishery name Power Station
Waterway Non-tidal River Trent and Trent Dyke
Location Long Lane - Farndon
Pegs 36 (1 to 36)
Permits Full and Associate Members + Day tickets on bank
Night fishing Night fishing not permitted
Description Access from Newark to Farndon on Fosse Road (former A46). Take the first right turn (Long Lane) into Farndon. At the mini roundabout go straight on and follow track towards the power station.
At the river, our fishery is to the right, Notts AA water to the left. Turning right, vehicles can be parked behind each peg but not on the track itself which must be kept clear at all times.
Of the 36 pegs, the first 14 are on the river while the remainder are on the upper Trent Dyke.
Fishing is varied along this stretch with a good head of Roach, skimmers, Bream, Chub, Perch and Barbel spread throughout the length.
All pegs are stoned the same as at East Stoke which makes them comfortable to fish from. This stretch fishes well in the winter and is fishable when the river level is up as the main flow drops away over the weir opposite.
Peg 35 has a disabled platform accessed from gently sloping banks.

 

 

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