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- Newcourt Barton -

carp bream tench golden orfe & rudd

Location in South West:
Langford, Cullompton, Devon EX15 1SE. England.

Contact:
Mrs Helen Hitt, Tel/Fax: 01884 277326
E-mail: newcourtbarton@btinternet.com
Website: www.newcourtbarton-devon.co.uk

Day Tickets:
free to guests at the B & B
day ticket adults 5 two rods
under 14 3 one rod
extra rod 1 each
season tickets available upon request

Facilities:
B & B accomodation, parking, toilet

Best Baits:
Floating bread, maggots, sweetcorn, luncheon meat.

Getting There: Exit M5 at Junction 28. Head for Cullompton town centre taking the B3181 towards Broadclyst/Exeter. Continue for approximately 3 miles out of the town and at the Merry Harriers Public House turn left following signposts to Langford. Immediately after hump back bridge turn right. Newcourt Barton is situated at the top of the road on a T. Junction on the left.

Four well stocked coarse fishing ponds as well B & B accommodation near Exeter & Cullompton are on offer at Newcourt Barton.

Totalling an acre and a half of water in a gently sloping valley, the lakes are stocked with Common and Mirror Carp, Green and Silver Tench, Bream, Golden Orfe and Golden Rudd and vary in depth up to 6 feet. The four spring fed lakes provide a variety of fishing, catering for the pleasure angler who wants to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings to the more dedicated fisherman who is looking for a good days catch.

The first pond you approach from the road is primarily a Tench Pond with a few skimmer Bream. The next two ponds, one of which has an island, contain mainly Carp some weighing well into double figures. These ponds also have a mixture of Tench and Bream. The larger top pond again contains mainly Carp, but also has a selection of Golden Orfe and Golden Rudd.

barbless hooks only
no boilies
no carp over 2lb in keep nets
no night fishing

Reader Feedback:
On Saturday the 6th, my son and I fished at Newcourt Barton for the only time. With 4 lines in the water all day we failed to get one bite. The cost to fish was 5 each for 2 rods. We had set up on the 2nd pond where the owner said the fishing was a bit harder than the other 3 ponds. We did not see any carp or hear any carp. We fished the water at all depths with all the normal baits and not a bite all day on any of the 4 rods. Talking to other angelers fishing on the other two top ponds no one had managed any thing bigger than a 5 or 6 pound carp. This is not a water I would recomend.
Lee Nicholls - October 2012







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