Location in South East:
Godalming, Surrey, England, UK.
Malcolm Richardson Tel: 01483 422791.
adults £5 one rod, £7 two rods
Juniors / OAPs / concessions £3 one rod, £4 two rods
Club house, toilets, parking.
pellet, corn, boilies, maggot.
From the A3 take the A3100 turning to Godalming. Follow signs to Milford Station. Go over some railway lines and the fishery is on the right after 200yds.
Marsh Farm is the creation of Godalming Angling Society. This coarse fishing venue was created by them from a former farm with national Lottery funds. Marsh farm is now in its second year offering coarse fishing and has some excellent facilities including a club house, secure parking and toilets.
The venue consists of three coarse fishing lakes, all of which are disabled friendly and which make up 110 pegs in total. Richardsons lake [55 pegs] and Harris Lake [40 pegs] are the largest two lakes with the third lake, Hill Pond [15 pegs], used primarily as a training lake for coaching all levels of angler, with particular emphasis on attracting junior, women, disabled and retired anglers.
Marsh Farm has been deliberately stocked predominantly with species other than carp although there are a few in the lakes. It is the crucian carp fishing which is especially rewarding at Marsh Farm. Specimens run to well over 4lb with an average size around 2lb. The lakes also hold tench to 9lb, perch, bream, roach and rudd. Winter roach fishing can be particularly good at Marsh Farm. Most baits work well with corn, pellet, meat and maggot being particular favourites.
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