All change at Cudmore as fishing venue undergoes massive facelift

One of the country’s most popular commercial complexes has undergone a major overhaul in an effort to cement its reputation as one of the North’s leading venues.

Staff at Stoke-on-Trent’s Cudmore Fishery have been working tirelessly to revamp a number of its lakes over recent months and are now putting the finishing touches in place which will guarantee visiting anglers better sport than ever before.

Match, pleasure and carp anglers will all have plenty of new options when they next visit following improvements on Tara, Milo and the New Pools.

Carpers look set to benefit from major changes to Tara lake which is now solely stocked with carp to over 6lb, as is a new water Adelaide created by joining New Pools 3 and 4 together to create one big lake which regulars are hoping could become one of the best runs waters in the North of England.

And Milo Pool is being  re-launched as a specimen anglers’ paradise, boasting stocks of chub to 5lb, tench to 7lb, perch and crucians to 4lb and sizeable shoals of big bream, replacing the vast numbers of small fish that have been removed.
Cudmore’s chief executive Cyril Brewster has played a  major part in the fishery’s redesign, as he explained to Angling Times.

“We’ve been working hard to refresh the complex and we are now coming to the end of the process. Each lake will now offer anglers something different and we are confident the changes will be welcomed by the majority of our customers who are looking for the chance to satisfy their various angling goals,” said Cyril.