Pegs 3,4 & 5
(Maximum 3 individual anglers or upto a group of 4)
Birdhut Bank was the first area to benefit from the upgrades, having been widened but the bank still following its original shape.The Birdhut Bank now caters for multiple rod Carpers and overnight sessions with ample room for even the biggest 'Bivvy' as you can see from the pictures below. This stretch also has a cooking hut which is located underneath the old Birdhut on peg 3 and is ideal for cooking or brewing up in, it also has Twin USB ports powered by a large solar panel and a night light.These swims offer the chance to fish to islands, open water and margins and all the major snags have now been removed to improve fish safety and enable you to fish safely into the islands channels. Lots of gravel areas here as well as silt patches. The whole stretch is covered in chipbark for your convenience.
The Birdhut Bank has a nice area of water to fish too unless fishing as a group and either slack lines or backleads should be the order of the day.
The car park for this peg is where the portaloo is at the end of the peg 5.
The peg has now been sectioned off into 3 clear swims with fences on the bank and markers on the islands showing thier own swim boundries.