To help with the cost-of-living crisis and encourage more anglers on to the bank over winter, a couple of England’s leading fisheries are cutting their day-ticket prices.
This week, Lindholme Lakes manager Aaron Grantham announced that they’d be offering £5 day tickets to all anglers over the next four months, reduced from their usual £10 rate.
“When we can give back, we try to,” the Lincolnshire fishery boss announced.
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“Hopefully, this will give lots of anglers a cheaper day out.”
The team at Lindholme are also reducing pegging fees for open matches – a move being mirrored by Izaak Walton Fishery in Staffordshire.
“We’re cutting fees for matches, and dropping the cost of day tickets from £10 to £7 due to the cost-of-living crisis,” said owner George Taylor.
“We hope that this will help to get more people out for a day’s fishing,” he added.
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