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- Sumners Pond -

Fishing Hut

Location in South East:
Slaughterford Farm, Chapel Road, Barns Green, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 0PR, England, UK

07970 648715 or

Day Tickets:
Open 7:00 to dusk, day tickets start at 7 for adults, 4 for juniors.

Include camping and caravaning, shower and toilets and a site shop/cafe.

Best Baits:
Luncheon meat, sweetcorn, expander pellets, boilies and maggots as well as floated baits such as dog biscuits, bread crust and floating pellets.

Getting There:
5 minutes from the A24 trunk road and with easy access to the motorway network, London, Brighton and the channel ports. [See web site for full details.]

Sumners Pond consists of 4.5 acres of well stocked water in two coarse fishing ponds. The small pond is one of the most prolific in the area with carp to 24lbs and an abundance of roach, rudd, perch, chub and tench. The bigger pond has chub to 7lb, bream to 6lbs, tench to 9lbs, perch to 3lb and roach to 2lb.

* unhooking mat required
* barbless hooks required
* no bait restrictions although ground bait should be limited to 1 kilo.

Spring 2005 - A new lake on this prolific complex is a 3.5 acre, 44 peg match lake which has been developed primarily for club bookings. Depths vary between 4ft and 5ft and the lake has been stocked with tons of small fish including bream, barbel, chub, roach, rudd, tench and mirrors. Averaging around 1lb, bags of 60lb are commonplace. Sweetcorn and maggot are both proving popular.

For a Contour Depth map of this Fishery visit:

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