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- Borde Hill Gardens -

Fishing Hut
- Borde Hill Gardens -

Location in South East:
Borde Hill Gardens, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, England, UK

For membership application or further information please contact Simon Colquhoun:
T: 07866 475052

Day Tickets:
The fishery is now open to syndicate members only - **NO DAY TICKETS **

Disabled access, toilets and food available.

Best Baits:
Boilies, bread, dog biscuits, maggots, casters, lobworm, corn.

Getting There:
From Haywards Heath, head towards Balcombe along Balcombe Road. Look out for Borde Hill Gardens on the left hand side, half a mile after leaving the outskirts of town.

An attractive mixed coarse fishery, Borde Hill Gardens offers coarse fishing on three lakes:-

* Robert's Mere is two acres in size, averages 7ft and contains carp [to 30lb], koi and ghosties [to 12lb], tench [to 10lb], chub [to 5lb], perch [to 4.5lb] as well as roach and rudd [to 2lb].
* Harry's Lake is one acre is size, averages 8ft in depth and hold the same coarse fish as Robert's Lake apart from chub.
* Junior Lake holds large quantities of roach, rudd and perch.

Tactics include ledgered hair rigged boilies over trout pellets either in open water or in the margins for carp, bread crust or dog bisuits for carp and chub, spinners or lobworm for perch and chub, maggots, casters or small pellets for roach and rudd.

* no keepnets
* barbless hooks only

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