Lake rules and regs

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Llyn Alarch

 

ANGLING RULES

 

  • No Keepnets except in competitions
  • No landing nets other than those provided
  • All fish to be returned
  • Barbless hooks only
  • Only one hook permitted in terminal tackle
  • No fishing until permits paid for
  • No fishing before 7 am
  • No fishing after 9.30pm. From 1st September until the end of March fishing must cease one hour after sunset
  • No fishing off the dam or bridge
  • Juniors must be accompanied by a responsible adult with a maximum of 2 juniors per adult
  • Maximum of 2 rods to be used at any one time
  • Spinning is not permitted

 

GENERAL RULES

 

  • No dogs No camping No fires
  • Take all rubbish home
  • Keep the gate shut and locked at all times
  • Only park cars in the car park provided
  • Do not walk off the stages, paths or walkways because of the danger of deep mud
  • Juniors must be accompanied by a responsible adult

Maximum of 2 Juniors per adult

  • No extra adults without tickets are allowed (Insurance requirement)
  • Day tickets and annual permit holders only
  • Visitors by invitation only, then only if accompanied by a club official (Insurance requirement)
  • Tickets will be inspected by Club bailiffs and officials
  • River rules do not apply to the lake
  • Do not proceed past the "No admittance" signs because of the danger of deep mud

 

ADULTS ACCOMPANYING CHILDREN

 

  • Groe Park and Irfon Angling Club membersare entitiled to bring children who are 10 and under to fish free of charge. All adults must purchase a permit or be a season permit holder
  • You are responsible for the child's safety and behavoir
  • This is not a play area
  • The child mut not be allowed to wander off - there is water and deep mud off the paths - they might die
  • Respect other anglers
  • This area is for angling. Do not allow children to run about or to splash on the water or throw things into the water
  • Do not feed the swans and ducks because they will then approach other anglers and become entangled in the lines and hooks, or eat the angler's bait and become hooked. If you feed the birds you may result in their death after you have gone