Southdown Angling Association East Sussex Angling at its best
Southdown Angling Association East Sussex Angling at its best


View from the dam
Looking towards the dam

North Farm Pool, Marle Green.

Enter via the bridle path leading west off the Grove Hill road between Hellingly and Horam at a sharp right hand bend, protected by a farm gate secured by a chain and combination padlock. Access to the fishery is via a further steel mesh gate on the right. Parking in designated area and follow the concrete track down to the water on foot.

Subject to due authority and provided ground conditions are suitable, disabled members are permitted to drive down to the water for the purposes of unloading or loading equipment, returning their vehicle to the designated parking area while fishing.

The lock combination is changed every year, the numbers being shown on the annual membership booklet. All gates must be re-secured after entry or exit.

Fishing from one hour before sun rise to one hour after sunset. No Night Fishing.

No fishing from the dam wall.

Due to other activities taking place on site, from time to time the venue may be closed to angling. All closures will be shown in the annual membership booklet, members advised by e-mail, posted in local tackle shops and on this web site.

Closures currently scheduled in 2017 are:

Friday May 19th to Thursday May 25th inclusive.

Wednesday May 31st to Friday June 2nd inclusive.

Saturday July 8th and Sunday July 9th.

Saturday July 15th and Sunday July 16th.

Friday September 8th to Sunday September 10th.

Wednesday September 13th to Friday September 15th.


Members please note that in addition to the published dates,

the water will also be closed for fishing on Monday 18th to Friday 22nd September 2017, re-opening on Saturday the 23rd



View across the lake

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