Monastery Pond, Crawley Down, East Grinstead Area

Lake Description

Set in the grounds of a Monastery this is another lake restored by the club, having been in danger of being lost to silting and a broken dam. A mixed fishery this pond is known for its good Roach and Perch as well as plenty of Carp and the odd Tench.

Lake Information

Size of Water
1.5 Acres

Depth of Water

Predominant Species
Carp, Tench, Roach, Perch

Rules & Conditions
No one must visit this water as it is in private grounds between March 15th and May 1st. No person must stray from the official car park or path that leads down to the pond. When at the pond anglers are restricted to 5yds from the water’s edge. This is a working Monastery and the privacy of the Monks must be paramount at all times. The committee will have no option but to expel any member in breach of these rules.

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