Our Waters

We have an amazingly diverse range of lakes, rivers and drains providing angling for all abilities and interests. Spread across East Sussex, West Sussex and Surrey, whether your interest is targeting specimen carp, tench or pike; enjoying the countryside and wondering what you will catch next; or exploring secluded stretches of river in the hunt for a barbel Isfield Angling Club has it all.

Uckfield Area
Cypress Woods
Highlands
Bushmere
Harrock House
River Uck
River Ouse
Black Venn Pond
Fairhazel Pond

Mayfield Area
Isenhurst
Alwynes
Firtoll

East Grinstead Area
Wilderness complex
Hedgecourt
Monastery
Imberhome

Horsted Keynes Area
Mill Pond
Broadhurst

Brighton Area
Albourne complex
Glynde Reach

Eastbourne Area
Wallers Haven

We are one of the few clubs actively searching for more venues to increase angling opportunities for everyone and in our partnership with the Environment Agency. We continuously look to how we can improve fish stocks, wildlife habitats and access to angling for as many people as possible.  

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Membership Benefits

Isfield Angling Club has been in existence since 1946 and today has waters spread across Sussex and Surrey providing coarse fishing opportunity throughout the season. As a member you have access to all our waters throughout the season and adults are entitled to invite guests for a small fee on a day ticket to sample the fishing on offer. Joint memberships are available and there are discounts for senior citizens, disabled and juniors. Children under the age of 12 can join for free under the supervision of their parents or guardian.

Isfield has an active match scene and whilst the heady days of Isfield winning the Angling Times National Winter League are a distant memory, club matches are well attended and a great way of learning methods and baits that work on our various venues. Any member is welcome to join a match.

Most members join for the opportunity to catch fish, but many are just as interested in being surrounded by stunning countryside and to feel immersed in nature. It’s not uncommon to see Kingfishers, grass snakes, Green woodpeckers, dormice, Red Kite and a plethora of dragonflies, water birds and pretty much every species of tree southern Britain has to offer. There is always something to experience and whilst many folk think of angling as a sedentary sport it is also recognised by Sport England and Active Sussex as a great way to stay fit and healthy.