The Canal at Beeston is a continuation of the Nottingham Canal that runs through Nottingham city centre. The section of the canal allows boats to navigate around Beeston Weir and a shallow section of River Trent.
The Canal is stocked with a wide range of species, as it flows in the river at both ends there are plenty of fish in there. The section near the Boots headquarters is a popular section, there are lots of bream and the odd carp that congregate in this area. As you are walking along the canal you should be able to pick out the better pegs, look for over hanging trees or far bank features that offer the fish some safe cover.
If you get good conditions then you could have a great days fishing. There are large heads of silver fish through the canal.
Running a piece of hemp down the track on a summer evening targeting the stamp roach.