The spirit of friendliness and tolerance found amongst most anglers who fish our waters is apparent, and long may it continue. However, there are a few individuals who fail to act in a considerate way towards each other. Because of this, we would like to outline certain behaviours that promote good etiquette amongst anglers.
- Entering the water with an intention to fish within fifty metres immediately downstream of another angler is deemed to be bad manners.
- The angler who is first on the pool before sunset has the say as to what time fishing will commence. The latest the pool can be held in this way is thirty minutes after sunset.
- Please wade quietly when entering, fishing through, and leaving a pool showing concern at all times for other anglers.
- Please do not shine torches on the water or at other anglers. The use of torches at night should be kept to a minimum.
- Please switch off your mobile phone ringtone.
- Please remember that a loud conversation with a companion or someone on a mobile phone can be very irritating to other anglers.
- Please avoid fishing opposite other anglers and walking close to the river banks in the vicinity of anyone fishing.
Thank you for your co-operation and enjoy your fishing!
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