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Old 25th February 2012, 19:49
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Default River Lune Caton

Hi all, i am completly new to this site. I was wondering if anyone knows who or what organisation owns the fishing rights for the part of the Lune just passed Caton. If you go through Caton you will reach a lay-by which has a bricked cafe/burger shop situated in it. Opposite this you can walk along the river downstream. I am wondering how one would get to fish this part of the river from that area downstream up till the water works bridge.This part of the river is not only beautiful but has some fantistic parts to fish. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I have seen the odd sign there saying LDAA but cannot find any information on this as of yet.
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