Seven Lakes Angling set to re-invent itself.

New Logo for Seven Lakes Angling

We’ve had to revisit the Logo design which, in its previous format, didn’t fit in with our new corporate website design and branding for both the estates and the fishing lakes.

You will see the new logo pictured above start to appear on literature and the new website coming soon.

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Clearance works reveal the lakes

With the Lakes completely overgrown and in need of some love and attention, Phase I of Seven Lakes Angling refurbishment program was put into motion In September when Nash Contract Services Ltd were engaged to clear around Lakes 2 - 6 and their dams.

Any trees that had fallen into the lakes, or were overhanging and threatening the banks were cleared. All the good trees were preserved and some thinned out to allow them to grow, whilst letting light through into the rides and encourage the grass and forest flora to grow.

All the bracken was cleared to reveal the banks of the lakes, allowing us to take stock of their condition. Phase II will be the repair and improvement of the swims that once used to be there.

Nash Contract Services Ltd spent 5 weeks clearing the lakes and the result is incredible. At this time of year, it all looks rather barren and drastic, but when the spring comes and everything starts to green up, it will be a great improvement, with beautiful views right down the valley through each of the lakes.

Our work will continue on throughout the winter, dependant on the weather conditions, as we work to tidy up the banks of the lakes and dig out some new swims, or repair old ones.

Bailiff Work Parties

Whilst Nash Contract Services Ltd were working on Lakes 2-6, Head Bailiff Pat Clare has been busy with his team of bailiffs and volunteers, opening up a few more swims on Lake 7 with work parties that took place on Thursday 20th October. With help from Young’s maintenance team, who cleared away the brush, an area on the far side of Lake 7 was cleared and finished off on Sunday 23rd October.

A program of baiting has also started to encourage the fish to bite and feed them up.

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