Location in South East:
Moor Hall Drive, Ninfield, East Sussex, England.
George Allen on 01424 217239 or Chas Rowland on 01424 223354 or email to email@example.com
* Day tickets cost £7.00 [for two rods], available on the bank
* Membership costs £40 for adults, £30 for juniors and OAPs.
Luncheon meat, pellets, paste, sweetcorn, worms and maggots.
From the A259 in Bexhill, turn onto the A269 and head towards Uckfield. When you reach Ninfield, turn left into Moor Hall Drive just before leaving the village. Turn right after 100yds and drive down the track to the lakes.
Situated in the wonderful East Sussex countryside, Moor Hall Ponds is part of the Rowallen Fisheries Complex, located in Ninfield, near Bexhill. This coarse fishing complex comprises two lakes [Moor Hall Lake and Moor Hall Pond]. The lakes hold most lake coarse species especially mirror carp [to over 18lb], common carp [to over 17lb], tench [to 5lb], roach [over 2lb], rudd [over 2lb] and perch [to 3.5lb]. The old lake [Moor Hall Pond] has been there for years but was recently extended. The new lake [Moor Hall Lake] was dug about two years ago but is already well stocked with coarse fish.
Thick reed beds surround the old lake and lily beds give cover for the carp and tench. The new lake needs more time to mature although the area has been planted with willows that will screen the water from the wind and give cover to the angler.
Favoured tactics include pop-up boilies fished over a bed of pellets for carp, maggot fished on the whip or pole for silverfish. Tench and perch can be caught fishing the margins or close to the lily beds with luncheon meat or worms.
* barbless hooks only
* no nuts allowed
* no keepnets
* no night fishing