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As another season gets under way on the Towpath Fishery plenty of anglers are on the bank and catching fish. The price of tickets remain unchanged and are available from the uthorised bailiff on the bank.
Anglers fishing Dobbs Weir have been rewarded with some nice fish which included a Tench of 3lb, plenty of Bream which were caught on the feeder using maggots and a fantastic Chub which fell for a lure and weighed in at 6lb.
Some nice Perch have been caught at Stanstead Abbotts on lures, The biggest going 2lb 14oz, also on lures Pike the biggest reported was15lb.
Lots of Chublets are to be found along the section below Dobbs Weir Lock along with the  Roach.
Large shoals of Bream have been seen along the section below the A414 road bridge heading down to October Hole.
Carp in large numbers are being seen above Hardmead Lock and can be caught of the surface this time of year.
 An inter schools match was held along the Navigation by Dobbs Weir café with around 25 anglers takeing part. All anglers weighed in and the top weight was 1lb 14oz.
Photo's for the Hunsdon Lock to Eastwick section of the river have been added to the Gallery Section and additional Photo's for Tumbling Bay, the Old Lea and the River Lea