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Carshalton & District

Rules & Information

  • No night fishing is allowed on any of our fisheries.
  • Please remember to carry your membership card / I.D Card at all times as failure to produce it on request could result in you being asked to leave the fishery immediately. All members are empowered to question the presence of anyone at either fishery, and ask them to leave if they cannot produce a current membership/ I.D card. Please remember also a current water authority rod licence is also necessary and can be purchased at most Post Offices.
  • Always display your parking permit clearly and park in the correct area.
  • keepnets used by members must comply with the Enviroment Agency bylaws and fishery regulations.
  • Carp & Silvers must be kept in separate keepnets.
  • NO more than a total 60lbs of fish per keepnet.
  • No braided hooklengths to be used.
  • Members may not leave any baited hooks unattended in the water.
  • No Fires.
  • No dogs except guide dogs and must be secured by leash at all times.
  • Barbless hooks ONLY to be used on our club Lakes.
  • Guest tickets must be obtained and paid in advance before fishing.The guest must be accompanied by a club member and he/she must be responsible for the guests conduct.

         Betchworth River Mole

  • Fishing is allowed between dawn and dusk
  • Guest tickets available.
  • Close season applies.

          Polebrook Farm River Eden

  • There is a combination of the lock that secures the gate at Polebrook Farm. (the code can be found in the members only section map for polebrook farm on our website). Mr Scott the farmer has kindly given permission for members to park in his farm yard at the end of the concrete drive by the barns next to the round slurry tower.
  • Guest tickets available.
  • Close Season applies.

          Bury St Austens Lakes

  • Fishing is only allowed between 7AM and dusk, you must not enter BSA lakes before 7AM, as the Blue gate which is the entrance to our fishery will only operate from this time onwards, for security reasons. You MUST also vacate the fishery before dark.
  • During the shooting season you may find the estate at BSA is quite busy as the owner runs several shoots in the fields and woods around the lakes. In addition the owner may hold events where a marquee may be placed on the car park.
  • Guest tickets available.
  • The Top Lake is OUT of bounds for the 2019/2020 season until further notice.

          Oakleys Lake

  • There is a combination of the lock that secures the gate at Oakleys Lake.(The code can be found in the members only section map for Oakleys Lake on our website).
  • Fishing is only allowed between 7AM and dusk,you must not enter Oakleys fishery before 7AM
  • Guest tickets are NOT valid at this fishery members ONLY. (New rule from 1st March 2019)
  • NO CARP to be kept in keepnets.

        Bernies Lakes

  • Fishing is only allowed between 7AM and dusk,you must not enter Bernie's fishery before 7AM.
  • Guest tickets are NOT valid at this fishery members ONLY.
  • Failure to display your car permit will result you paying the FULL Day ticket charge.
  • Full /Match members free fishing 7 Days a week.
  • Club/Associate Half price Day ticket 7 Days a week.  

    Beaver Farm Lakes

  • Fishing is only allowed between the hours displayed on the notice board at entrance to fishery.
  • Guest tickets are NOT valid at this fishery members ONLY.
  • Members must check in with the fishery before fishing.
  • Full/Match members free fishing Mon/Fri half price Day ticket at weekends.
  • Club/Associate members Half price Day ticket 7 Days a week
  • Tuscany & Snipe Lakes are excluded to members however a daily surcharge is available via the on site bailiffs.
  • Members must abide by the fishery rules.

              Weir Wood Reservoir      

  • Fishing is only allowed between 7AM and dusk.
  • Guest tickets are NOT valid at this fishery members ONLY.
  • Fishing from the Sailing club bank  is only allowed from Mon/Fri.
  • Members can only fish within the boundaries found on the map in the Members Only Section of the website.
  • Members can fish from boats for a small fee with permission from the onsite bailiffs before fishing.

          Five Oaks Fishery 

  • Fishing is only allowed between 7AM and dusk, you must not enter Five Oaks fishery before 7AM.
  • Guest tickets are NOT valid at this fishery members ONLY.
  • Failure to display your car permit will result you paying the FULL Day ticket charge.
  • Full /Match members free fishing 7 Days a week.
  • Club/Associate Half price Day ticket 7 Days a week.
  • Keepnets ONLY to be used in club competitions.
  • Members must abide by the fishery rules.

        Basic Match Rules

Fixtures: A list is provided each year on the back of your Membership card.                                                                                                                 

Draw time and duration of match shown on Membership Card, fishing will commence and cease at the sound of a whistle.

Queries: All match queries should be referred to the Match Secretary. 

Booking for Away Fixtures: Members wishing to take part in away matches or where there is a peg limit must book in no later than 8pm the Thursday prior to that Sunday, names will be shown on the website under competition section.

Pools: Pools money is optional and must be paid prior to the draw, late arrivals where they have contacted the Match Secretary before the draw will be allowed to enter.

Prize money NOT collected immediately after the match will be forfeit.

Pegged Matches: On pegged matches, competitors will draw for swims and must fish that peg for the duration of the match.

Commencement of fishing: Fishing will commence when a whistle is blown at the start time to be given out at the draw. Competitors may only break the water before the whistle to place a keepnet and test the depth.

Cessation of fishing: Matches will end on the whistle at the time shown on the fixture list unless agreed before the match that the end time is different to that stated. All competitors must remove their rods and line from the water at the sound of the whistle to indicate the end of the match.

Fish hooked before the whistle ending the competition will have 10 minutes to land the fish any time longer it will be disqualified from the weigh in.

Maximum weight per keep net must not exceed 60 lbs with a 6 lb tolerance, exceeding this weight of 66 lbs angler will have his net reduced back to 50 lbs.

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  • If you see a large number of fish in distress on any of our waters please report it as soon as possible to the NRA using the Freefone number 0800 80 70 60. The call may be made from the nearest telephone box or any other telephone without charge. Please do not wait until you get home before calling as this could be too late to save the fish, the number is manned twenty four hours a day, Seven days a week.
  • Please take all your litter home. Respect the country code and all wild life. Tight lines and good fishing.

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