Roosthole work update
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Roosthole work update

Members visiting Roosthole recently will have noticed the significant work has been taking place. This work is part of the long-term plan for Roosthole that the the club is implementing, and we expect then to significantly improve water quality, and the fishing, at the venue.

Most recently, on the Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th of February, bio-aqua and coir rolls were delivered to the site.

The bio aqua will be placed into the water and will reduce the amount of organic matter that has been gathering on the lake bed over the last few years. The first dose has already gone in, and further applications will be made.

The coir rolls, seeded with aquatic plants have been placed securely in the margins of the pond.

Huge thanks to all members of the club involved in this work. Fishery officer Tony Staples has taken the lead in organising the complex program of work, whilst Lee Waller, our other fishery officer has spent countless hours working at the venue in recent months. Thanks also to everyone else who came down to help with the recent work – you’re a credit to this club.