Lagune Lassi Fishery Rules. We have made these rules to ensure all anglers have a pleasant and stress-free trip as well as being for the benefit of the lake.
Please tell all members of your party that any sort of wipes – bum wipes, baby wipes, hand wipes etc – are not to be put in the toilet. They don’t dissolve or breakdown therefore blocking the toilet and septic tank. Place them in your rubbish and remove with your waste. Any blockage of the toilet found to be down to wipes, then your party will be asked to leave the site.
Thank you for your co-operation.
- Maximum of three rods per person, rods must be fished from the same swim and not spread along the bank.
- NO PARTICLE BAITS TO BE USED AT ANY TIME
- No litter any angler found with litter in their swim whilst fishing or after they have left will be Banned from the fishery.
- All baits to be reeled in when temporarily leaving the swim / lake.
- No non fishing guests unless agreed with the management beforehand . Tariff £70-00 per week.
- Only single hooks ( No doubles or trebles ) are to be used for catfish.
- Rowing Boats are not permitted as it is possible to cast to all parts of the lake .Bait Boats are permitted.
- Please challenge any angler that you suspect should not be on site. All anglers should have booking confirmation or booking package etc.
- Abuse of alcohol is forbidden ( please remain sober at all times ).
- All carp caught must be photographed on each side and pictures with details of weights sent to Lagune Lassi.
- Gates are to be kept locked at all times.
- Removal or interdiction of fish is strictly prohibited.
- Only cradles , landing net , floating recovery slings supplied by Lagune Lasssi are permitted at the fishery.
- All anglers to exercise the greatest possible care of fish. NO carp or cats to be sacked. Please note if cats are caught at night please take night pictures. ALL PHOTOS OF FISH OVER 40LB TO BE DONE IN THE LAKE PLEASE.
- Fires are absolutely prohibited at any time NO open barbecues.
- The owners or any private guests reserve the right to enter the fishery.