OUR FISH ARE AT RISK, KHV outbreaks confirmed, tackle must be bone dry before fishing
Added on July 28, 2017

KHV (Koi Herpes Virus) is a fatal disease killing between 50% and 90% of Carp infected.

Three local waters have recently been confirmed as having an outbreak of the KHV infection:

  • The Lakeside, Camberley, Surrey
  • Swanborough Lakes, East Sussex
  • Mansfield Lake, Kent

The virus is spread mainly by wet landing nets, unhooking mats, weigh slings and towels etc.



Please ensure all of your fishing tackle is bone dry before fishing.

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