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  • Coarse, Game & Sea Fishing In Somerset Somerset offers a huge range of superb fishing waters, whether your passion is coarse, game or sea fishing you will not be disappointed here! Why not try the King Sedgemoor Drain, Huntspill River and the River Axe for good weights of Bream, Tench and silver fish. If you're after large Carp then Combwich Ponds, Durleigh reservoir and the River Axe amongst others offer Carp
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    • Fishing
  • This walk is in the heart of all this water which, thankfully, has for the most part disappeared. During 2012, the Somerset Levels turned into England's newest largest lake – now they have returned to somewhat squelchy terra-firma. It was on one of those train journeys that I promised myself a walk on the Levels – if and when the lake was drained – and so it was the other day that I
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    • Walking
  • Park in Bailey Hill if you can find a space. JM. If you're walking, rambling, or simply looking for a quiet time in the countryside, Cary can provide it. The Leland Trail , the Macmillan Way and Monarch's Way all pass near the town, as does the route to Glastonbury for many festival goers. And the view from the top of Lodge Hill is magnificent.
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    • Walking
  • The fields here used to be arable farmland, but now they are being looked after so that they are ideal for wetland birds and other wildlife. We have put in structures to keep the water levels high and have created miles of new ditches and shallow water-filled gutters, and dug out numerous shallow pools or 'scrapes'. Now you can see lapwings, snipe, curlews and redshanks nesting here in summer, as
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    • BirdWatching
  • Take in the panoramic views over the Stourhead estate and surrounding countryside. Whitesheet Hill is of considerable archaeological interest. With a Neolithic enclosure dating from around 3000 BC, a circular earthwork, Bronze Age barrows and an Iron Age hill fort to the south.
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    • Walking
  • The Polden Way is a footpath project which links together areas of land with public access on the Polden Hills between Walton, near Street, and Hurcot, near Somerton. It has opened up a path through King’s Wood: an area between Combe Hill and Great Breach Wood which previously had no public access.
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    • Walking
  • Exploring the Quantocks on horse back is an exhilarating experience for both novice and experienced riders. We vary our routes daily but on all rides the scenery is stunning.With twenty horses to choose from we can cater for most abilities and we have a couple of horses that can cater for heavier riders, depending on ability.The stables are in the heart of the Quantocks and we have direct access to
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    • Horses
  • The Viaduct Fisheries is one of the prettiest and most natural commercial fisheries in the country. Six well stocked lakes nestle in the beautiful Cary Valley. Constructed in the early eighties, the complex is very mature, with great character. This includes tree covered islands, lily beds, gullies and many marginal features. The stock is varied with many carp, including "species" to 28lbs; these are complemented with a healthy stock of
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    • Fishing
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