Monday, 8 November 2010
EA survey results for Relief Channel and Gt Ouse
Some quietly tip it to return to its form of yesteryear as a pike water. The latest Environment Agency fish surveys show fish spread throughout the 11-mile length of the Relief Channel, a cross between a drain and a reservoir, which runs between Denver Sluice, near Downham Market, and King's Lynn.
EA scientists surveyed the water in June. Click here to see the results in map form - hat tip King's Lynn AA.
Fish survey results have also been published for the Ely Ouse - the reach between Ely and Denver. Click here for a gander.