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Kitty1982
Jun-17-2019 @ 11:19 AM                           Permalink
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Me my dad and my nephew are hiring a boat from Stalham on Friday July 5th for 3 nights and we are going to be doing a bit of fishing. I know it's early on since the rivers opened but what spots are fishing well. Now and in the past. We would probably prefer still waters ie, with in the broads. Thanks in advance. 

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Welcome to the forum.

With a short break, you won't have time to go too far. I'm not an angler, but note the spots that seem to be popular. Along the Upper Ant, heading downstream from Stalham, there are a number of wild moorings (easy to spot), Barton Broad (well outside the marked channel), wild moorings on the left and right as you leave the broad, Irstead staithe, more wild moorings on the way to How Hill, or you could try Fleet Dyke/South Walsham Broad (note: no fishing is allowed on South Walsham Inner Broad)

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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Thank you very much for speedy reply.
Now fingers crossed for some fair weather.

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Jun-18-2019 @ 5:22 PM                           Permalink
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South Walsham Broad and Fleet Dyke leading to it Ranworth Broad Womack Water Salhouse Broad and the river Bure at St Bennets Abbey all worth a try

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Depending what you are after, I would be tempted to spend my time in Horning. Anywhere around the Swan pub area, especially for perch or pay the mooring and fish Percy's Island (opposite the 24hr BA moorings) Fish back of the island off the main river for some lovely Bream and Roach. Only around 4ft depth but you won't regret it especially after dark. Tight Lines


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