Jonchery

Brévonnes, Northern France
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  • Jonchery

    Brévonnes, Northern France
    12 Ha
    450
    6
    26 kg
    average

    Overview

    The Lake:
    Jonchery
    Departement:
    Aube (Champagne)
    Open:
    March - November, swim 7 till 5/12
    Distance to lake:
    Le Havre - Jonchery: 417 km Calais - Jonchery: 396 km
    Surface:
    12 + 2 ha
    Bottom:
    Clay with some silt. No obstacles.
    Depth:
    max. 2 meter
    Max. Anglers:
    14
    Stocking:
    450 + swim 7 150 carp between 18 and 58 pounds
    Weed formation:
    None
    Access:
    all swims have good access by car
    Price per Angler:
    300 € per week
    Price per non-Angler:
    50 € per week
    Wifi:
    YES
    PROMOTION
    FROM 4/3 - 25/3: 50% DISCOUNT
    No dogs allowed

    Score van Jonchery

    Quality lake
    Quality swims
    Surroundings
    Stocking
    Bailiff
    Facilities
    Total Score
    Feed back: 89

    "Our 3rd trip to Jonchery and was the best yet! Already booked to go next June! Thanks "

    — Marcus, United Kingdom

    "Brilliant fishing. great bailiff, Mark couldn't do enough for everyone. swims brilliant. facilities are good. 39 fish including 2x50lb+."

    — Darren, England
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    Description

    OVERVIEW

    Jonchery is an extremely well-known lake. It is an established venue and has a reputation, built up over many years, as a water that is professionally managed, with excellent facilities and, because of its very healthy stock of big carp, it is a water that many anglers return to time and time again. It’s not just in the UK either that its reputation is know as this is a water that is very highly regarded throughout Europe. The whole complex is based around a fish farm and because of this you can be sure that the quality of fish in the water is exemplary. The water is run by UK fishery owner Mark Slade and his family, who live on site and there are around 450 carp swimming in its depths to over the magic 60lb mark.

    ABOUT THE WATER

    Being based around a fish farm for many years, Jonchery has been built up for ease of maintenance and so that the fish could be netted easily. In view of the this the bottom of the lake is flat with no snags or weed. With an average depth of around 1,2m the lake is quick to warm up in spring and, being open to the sunlight, stays warm  well into the autumn months, meaning the fish move around for a lot longer than in some waters. Let’s take a walk around the lake to visit the swims. Swim 1 lies at the northern end of the lake, nearest to the entrance and whilst this is very convenient for the facilities there can be some disturbance from vehicles entering of leaving the venue. Swims 4, 6 and 3 are along one bank and lie in the shade of the afternoon sun so bear this in mind during hot weather. The water shallows up between swims 5 and 3 which is a good place to start earlier in the year as this area does tend to warm up quicker. Swim 7 is actually on the one of the small pools at the end of the lake. The lake bed is soft silt with harder clay patches and the deepest part of the lake is in the bowl around swims 1, 2 and 4 where the water is around 2m deep. Between swims 3 and 5 the water is around 1.2m deep.

    Dogs are not allowed.

    FISH STOCKS

    Jonchery is exceptionally well stocked with around 450 carp. There are some truly beautiful specimens of both mirror and common carp with dozens of 30s and 40s to fish for. The maximum size is around 28kg (approx. 62lb).

    THE SWIMS

    There are 7 swims available, all of which are accessible by car for dropping off your gear. After this has been done cars are left in the car park near the entrance. There are also wheelbarrows available if you wish to move swims during  your stay. Swims 1 and 5 are singles, the others are doubles. Swim 7 can be booked by three anglers so you can book this whole area of the lake exclusively if desired. The swims are clean, well prepared and several are built on pontoons so it’s best to bring some cup hooks to secure your bivvy down.

    Jonchery 7 - Want to catch over 150 fish in a week?

    Swim 7 on the small lake is a typical runs water where you can catch over 100 carp in a week. We even had clients who caught over 150 carp in 7 nights! The owner restocked the lake and currently there are over 150 carp swimming in this 5 acre lake. You have to book it quite in advance, otherwise it is sold out!

    Lake record from Jonchery 7 is currently 57.2lb (5 dec. 2015)

    FACILITIES

    There is a separate building with hot running water, showers, toilets and a small kitchen area containing a fridge and freezer. There are ample power sockets for charging equipment and there is also a small dining area. The village of Brévonnes is only a short drive away where there are a couple of restaurants and shops. The good facilities and ease of access would make Jonchery an excellent venue for those who want to take a non-angling partner on the trip.

    PRICE

    Anglers: 300 Euro/week (Sat - Sat), p.7 325 euro/week
    non-Anglers: 35 Euro/week (Sat - Sat)

    minimum 2 Anglers per swim

    RULES

    3 rods per angler, barbless hooks, big unhooking mat, green tents, no braided mainline, no carp sacks, bait boats are allowed

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    Rules

    1. Unhooking mats and nets, slings must be shown to be dry on arrival (if wet we will dry them)
    2. All shelters,bivvies must be Green or camouflage 
    3. All anglers must pay a 50 euro refundable bond and ask to sign a contract to abide by all fishery  rules. This is payed back on your departure.
    4. Unhooking mats must be no smaller than 70cm x 90cm and be no less than 4 cm thick with padded shoulders.
    5. Each angler MUST have a large container filled with lake water ready to pre wet mats and slings  to minimise stress. Fish must be kept wet while out of the water.
    6. Pvc weigh slings only
    7. All anglers MUST have  carp care  antiseptic for treating hook wounds
    8. Main line Mono only .Max .35,min .30 Braid is band
    9. Leads must be able to brake a way when needed. Leads must not drop off on every bite
    10. Hooks must be no bigger than a size 4 and no smaller than a size 8. ALL hooks must be Barbless no flattening barbs .
    11. Bait boats are permitted but you must be responsible in there use
    12. All Pellets Must be purchased on site (This is so we know our fish are getting the right nutrition)
    13. All cars once unloaded must be places in the car park there is - No driving around the lake.
    14. There is to be no carp sacks on site not even to dry bait. If you are found to have one you will be asked to leave immediately
    15. No dogs or Fires
    16. Each angler is only aloud to have quarter a kilo of tiger nuts.
    17. Leadcore is banned; only tubing and safe zone leaders, leadfree leaders are aloud. Please ask if you are unsure
    18. Particles must be cooked until core is soft and must be shown to the bailiff
    19. No shelf life boilies they can only be used as hook baits.
    20. NO MUTILATION OF FISH THIS IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN
    21. All fish over 50lbs must be reported to the bailiff
    22. Please respect your casting area and all other anglers and staff
    23. Boats are only to be used between 7am and 9am then 7pm till 9pm the boats are for baiting ONLY
    24. Drinking is aloud but if you are found to be drunk you will be asked to bring your rods in until we see you fit to fish
    25. No dumping Bait before you leave
    26. The facilities are for every one's use so respect them and keep them clean after use .
    27. Please keep noise down and respect your surroundings
    28. Unhooking Mats mush be ready at all times
    29. Use of boats is at your own RISK
    30. All anglers MUST enjoy there stay
    31. Salt is banned - please don't bring your bait in buckets of salt
    If you are unsure of any thing please ask  bailiff Mark Slade   +33668241965

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