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West Sussex Fishing Venues

Woodpeckers Coarse Fishery

Contact T: 01293 886598
E: fish@woodpeckersfishery.co.uk
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Day Ticket Prices £8.00 per person
£6 OAP, Disabled and Juniors under 16
£6 everyone after 1pm
£6 Winter Special – everyone – December, January and February
Night Fishing available for regulars only
Species Present Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Pike, Bream
Venue Facilities Toilet, large car park. shelters at Woodpeckers and Ospreys Lakes, and barbecue facilities can be made available. For your convenience, cold drinks, chocolate bars and limited baits (sweetcorn, luncheon meat, crusty bread and slow sinking trout pellets) are available at the bailiffs house.
Best Baits Not available
Getting There / Directions Woodpeckers is halfway along the Old Hollow in Worth, near Crawley. Look out for a Blue and Yellow sign at both sides of the bottom of our drive. The signs say Pestarrest Pest Control and Woodpeckers Coarse Fishery.

When you arrive, please stop at the bungalow at the top of the drive where signed. You'll be met by either David or Dianne who will take your payment. Once you've paid, drive on and right - down the main drive to the Car Park and once you've unloaded, walk down the track to the left which is marked MATCH. At the bottom of that track, the lakes are ahead of you, and they're all signed.
Opening Times Not available


Woodpeckers Coarse Fishery consist of two well stocked coarse fishing lakes and two smaller fishing ponds provide some excellent sport in the heart of West Sussex.

The wide range of fish at Woodpeckers Coarse Fishery are in excellent condition, the lakes are superbly maintained and last but not least it's set in such a peaceful and tranquil location.


Woodpeckers Fishery, Old Hollow, Worth, Near Crawley, West Sussex RH10 4TA

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