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damcarpcatcher

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i am looking for a runs water in france for me and my 10 year old son. not too bothered about size of the fish but the odd thirty would be nice. :D anyone got any ideas preferably north france as close to calais as possible.

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Hi
Go to the top of the page and click on the tab fishing holidays there are plenty of lakes on there to pick from and they all support carp.com a few of them will be runs waters

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go have a look on angling lines mate and check out roseau it crazy fishing just take loads pellet for two people 1 week 40kilo should do if not try crete lakes new venue fished it a few times and never failed great food as well







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danm1

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I've read some very mixed reports on other forums about this place - any more opinions?

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How about the small lake at Clearwater it has cottage and going by the website the stock levels in the mill pond are very high. Have not been there myself but have not seen any bad reports.

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With all due respect CarpQuarry.... ClearWater is in Brittany and is nowhere near to being 'North France as near to Calais as possible'...

Lets keep recommendations as near to brief as possible..

Right on track now....

If you are prepared to travel 3 - 3.5 hrs from Calais I think you would most certainly benefit from having a bigger choice from more 'quality' venues.

I have heard great things about Genesis a fairly newish fishery which will suit you Im sure...

http://www.carp.com/...ng-holidays.php

or pm Gillcover

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Just trying to help no one else was coming up with to mainy ideas for them, Point taken

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thanks for the help guys!!!

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If you want a good run lake then try Les Quis on Bay Lake my wife and I went in 2008 and for a week we caught 55 carp for 14lb to 38lb 8oz.
I caught 4x30s, numerous 20s and doubles.
The wifes biggest being 29lb 8oz.
If you want know anything please feel free to e-mail me.
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been to les quis about 15 times before my son was born then fishing i know bernie very well. it is a quality water with some huge fish in the old long and elf lakes the bay was added a few years ago. we used to do days on there when it was open to anyone fishing the other lakes as a play thing during the hot sunny days caught a load of 20's and a few 30's. food is great as well. just looking for a place to drive and survive not a coach trip venue. cheers




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