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- St Tinney Farm -

carp tench roach rudd chub perch

Location in South West:
St Tinney Farm Country and Fishing Holidays, Otterham, Cornwall, PL32 9TA, England, UK

Contact:
Tel: 01840 261274
E-mail: info@st-tinney.co.uk
Website: www.st-tinney.co.uk

Day Tickets:
Available for all visitors, at a small weekly charge of 10 per rod, per person, per week or part week.
NB. The St. Tinney Farm Fishing Licenses are only sold on a seven day basis, so you must pay the full seven day price, even if you want to fish for less days!

Facilities:
lodges, camping and caravaning, shop, parking

Best Baits:
Not Available

Getting There:
From Bude A39
Take A39 signposted Wadebridge. 11 miles from Bude, on the brow of a hill, you will see St. Tinney fam signposted on a brown tourist information sign. Turn left, following the brown signs from the main A39 to St. Tinney Farm, approximately 1 mile.

From Lauceston A30
By-pass Launceston on the A30 and then take the A395, signposted North Cornwall. Drive 8 miles to Hallworthy, take the second turning on the right signposted Otterham Station. Follow this road until you come to the main junction with the A39. Turn right continuing on the main road until the brow of the hill, where you will see St. Tinney Farm signposted on a brown tourist sign. Turn right, following the brown signs to St. Tinney Farm, approximately 1 mile.

Venue Details:
St Tinney Farm is a peaceful place with a warm and friendly atmosphere. A working farm since before the time of the Domesday Book, it has now been converted to a delightful holiday park, which provides an excellent standard of accommodation, only 4 miles from the sea and beaches.

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Coarse fishing is available on 4 lakes at St. Tinney farm. Two lakes are stocked with a mixture of rudd, chubb, perch, tench, roach and carp, with many into double figures. The other two, nearest to the accommodation and camping areas, are devoted entirely to tench and carp.

Their waters are not subject to a close season and therefore can be fished all year round. Children under 14 will not be permitted to fish unless they are accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. During the 2005 season, people regularly caught catches of 100 lbs, during a day session. Permission has been granted for a fifth lake, for float fishing, which hopefully will be under construction in 2006.

Fishing Rules:
- All those wishing to fish on our lakes must have purchased a St. Tinney   Farm Rod License and must take this permit with them when fishing
- Barbless hooks only
- Landing nets and a disgorger MUST be used
- No Tiger Nuts or Peanuts etc, boilies are allowed, but only in moderation   please
- No fish to be kept in Landing Nets, except for lakes 1 and 2 - where no   carp must be kept in landing nets
- Ground Baiting is permitted in moderation, at certain times of the year
- No night fishing
- Keep Nets are permitted on all lakes, apart from the Carp Lake. No carp of   any kind to be kept in any Keep Nets


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