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Location in South East:
Waltham Abbey, Essex, England.

Contact:
Dennis Meadhurst @ Lee Anglers Consortium. Tel: 020 8524 7270 or e-mail dennis.meadwave@virgin.net

Day Tickets:
Tickets are 3 per day, under-16s , OAPs and registered disabled 1.50. Season ticket 25, concessions 12.50 purchased from Lea Angler's Consortium, PO Box 19462, London, England, E4 8UZ.

Facilities:
Disabled access.

Best Baits:
For roach fish punched bread, pinkies or squatts, for perch fish redworm and caster over chopped worm. For bream, tench and carp use meat or worms and boilies for carp. For pike fish floating deadbaits.

Getting There:
From the M25, junction 25 take the A10 north towards Waltham Abbey. At the first big roundabout take the A121 exit, heading east to the canal. Park at the Lee Valley Regional Parks Showground/Barbecue site, near the Old English Gentleman pub.

Controlled by Lee Angler's Consortium this 1.5 mile coarse fishing section has depths averaging 4-5ft. Species found here are roach over 1lb, carp to 2lbs, pike to 16lbs, tench, bream and chub to 4lbs and perch to 3lbs. Fishing is dawn until dusk only.




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