Contact: Membership Secretary: P Stockwood. School House, Weald School, Billingshurst, West Sussex, England. Tel. 01403 782160
Billingshurst Angling Society offer coarse fishing on six miles of the River Arun [all non tidal], a specimen tench water at Shillinglee in picturesque surroundings and two superb carp waters at Malthouse Lakes, Wisgorough Green, all in the South East of England. They run an extensive programme of club matches and a winter league. Yearly adult club subsciption costs £80 with concessions available for lady members, registered disabled and students.
- Carshalton & District Angling Society -
Situated in West Sussex near Horsham, Bury St Austen offers the angler a choice of two lakes the Bottom Lake holds a variety of species including Carp to 30lbs with specimen Perch up to 4lbs, Roach, Bream, Eels, Tench, Crucian Carp and Gudgeon. With over 40 swims available to choose from.
As of June 2015 the Society will have access to Oakleys Fishery aka Charts Plain Copthorne. For those of you unfamilar the water it is a small well stocked highly accessible venue, most suited to pleasure fishing.
As well as being extremely picturesque it is highly accesible to those members less mobile, disabled/wheelchair users
Copthorne and District Angling Society is a small club based in Copthorne, South East England with a membership of about 200. It offers coarse fishing on 5 lakes as well as access to 8 miles of the Sussex Ouse shared with the Ouse Preservation Society. There is a lively club match section with matches most weeks both within the club and with other clubs.
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Crawley Angling Society manages 12 waters in and around Crawley, South East England as well as offering fishing on the River Mole. Members can also fish Weir Wood Reservoir [Forest Row] and Stub Pond Fisheries [Newchapel], both near East Grinstead. Matches are organised throughout the season with cash and trophy prizes.
Contact: Mrs J.Fisher. 38 Western Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 8QN, England. Tel:01444 235978 [not after 9.00pm]
Hassocks and Distict Angling Society was founded in 1955 and has now grown to a membership in excess of 400. The Society has some of the best coarse fishing to be found in the beautiful West Sussex countryside, comprising of over 5 miles of river bank on the rivers Ouse, Arun and Adur, 5 large lakes and many smaller waters. The majority are exclusive to the club, catering for matchmen, pleasure anglers and specimen hunters alike.
1.) The club is opening George Cragg Pond on the 6th June. It has been purposely re-built with the needs of disabled anglers in mind and has been stocked with tench, golden tench, crucians and perch and has depths to about 10 feet. Parking is about 10 feet from the water.
2.) Hassocks and District Angling Society are currently rebuilding Decoy lake which will have 5 disabled swims and disabled specific parking close to the lake.
3.) Hassocks and District Angling Society are also running three beginners days this year as the previous ones have been so popular. These "newcomers days" are run in conjunction with tutors from the Environment Agency. All tackle, bait and temporary licenses and memberships are supplied free. They are set for Saturday June 21st and Saturday August 16th.
Contact: The Secretary, 64 Appledore Gardens, Lindfield, West Sussex, RH16 2EU, England.
Founded in 1912, Haywards Heath and District Angling Society provide river fishing on the Sussex Ouse and at five stillwaters in the West Sussex area. They run a full programme of matches throughout the season.
Henfield and District Angling Society:
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Petworth Angling Club was founded in 1953 and has always been dedicated to the traditional aspects and values of course angling.
May 2007 - Petworth Angling Club is now called Petworth and Bognor Angling Club after it merged with Bognor Regis & District Freshwater Angling Club
New Record Rother Barbel? It has been confirmed that a 13lbs Barbel has recently been caught at Coultershaw. Also, Mike Kitchener's perseverance has paid off with a 5lbs 1ozs Chub from the Rother at Fittleworth.
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Based in West Sussex, Pulborough Angling Society offers some excellent coarse fishing on the rivers Ardur, Arun and Rother as well as offering stillwater fishing at 4 locations throughout West Sussex. They offer a full programme of club matches and competitions as well as providing teach-ins and training for those with no previous experience of the sport. In addition, Pulborough AS enter teams into the winter & summer leagues as well as entering a team into the nationals each year.
Contrary to recent press reports Pulborough A.S do not offer day tickets on their stillwater fisheries, River Arun or River Rother. Day tickets are available for the River Adur only.