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General Site Rules

1. All gates must be closed and locked (as appropriate) immediately after entry / exit. Gate codes must not be disclosed to any third party.
2. Cars and vans must be parked in the car park only and in such a way as to not obstruct access to any gateway. Lorries and caravans are not permitted on Theale Fisheries property. Theale Fisheries (including bailiffs or agent of) reserves the right to internally inspect any vehicle parked on its property.
3. Observe the Anglers Code of Conduct. In the event of any dispute contact Theale Fisheries or their bailiffs do not take matters into your own hands. Theale Fisheries decision is final.
4. No dogs allowed on Theale Fisheries property at any time.
5. A serviced chemical toilet is provided in the day ticket car park; use it. Anyone found defecating in the bushes or leaving bags of faeces will be banned for life.
6. No litter, discarded line or rigs, bottles or cans. Tea bags and cigarette butts count as litter. Anglers are responsible for the removal of all litter found in their swim regardless of who left it. Take your rubbish home and LEAVE THE FISHERY CLEAN AND TIDY.
7. No swims to be altered or vegetation cut or damaged. No vandalism or any act that may cause pollution. Fishing from recognised swims only.
8. No tree climbing, boating or other water-bourne craft, swimming, wading or walking on ice under any circumstance.
9 No drones.
10 No generators, fires, barbecues, lasers or fireworks.
11. No distruction of any nests, removal of any eggs or interference with any water-fowl or other wildlife. Any sightings of mink or otters must be reported to Theale Fisheries immediately.
12. No Guns, bows, knives or any other offensive weapons. Knives for eating utensils and / or multi-tool fishing equipment are allowed. Offenders will be reported to the police.
13. No drugs, solvent abuse or alcohol. Bailiffs are authorised to confiscate the ticket of any syndicate member or day ticket holder considered to be endangering their own or any other persons safety by being under the influence. Any syndicate member or day ticket holder displaying agressive, abusive or threatening behaviour towards fellow anglers, bailiffs, staff, neighbours or members of the public on Theale Fisheries property will have their ticket suspended or withdrawn with immediate effect and may be reported to the police.
14. No fly fishing on any lake.
15. Current Environment Agency rod licences are required before fishing and anglers must comply with the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act 1975 (including any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof) and relevant regional by laws.