Eastwall Farm

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Ladffa’s fishing on the Churnet around Eastwall farm is rented largely from  the National Trust.

The river Churnet at this location holds deep affection with the elders of the Association for this was where their endeavours, in the early eighties brought them in direct conflict with the then Severn Trent Water Board.  LADFFA fought for the upgrading of the water treatment plant to stop the  persistent pollution of the river from the dye works. This action took several  years and many man hours to successfully conclude but the outcome was a  revamp of the water treatment plant.

We have approximately three miles of single and  double bank fishing. All boundaries are signed. The river downstream of the  farm is usually more productive for the angler with a good head of brown  trout and grayling with the upper limits, still an interesting proposition for the fly angler albeit more of a coarse fish habitat.

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