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We offer a superb range of venues on the beautiful lakes, ponds and rivers of West Sussex. Our Exchange Ticket Scheme extends our total available waters for our members to well over 20 !

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News and Recent Updates


Max Lands Rother Trout

Whilst fishing with his Dad Daniel on one of our stretches of the Rother young Max Winslade hooked … Read More


Kirkby Bott Cup 4th Leg

This was the final leg of the Kirkby Bott trophy and was fished on the Arun at Watersfield. … Read More


D H McCavish 1st Leg

This was the first leg of the D H McCavish Trophy and was for silverfish only. As with … Read More


Pole Only 1st Leg

The first leg of the Pole Only Trophy match was originally scheduled to be fished on Cart. However … Read More


Ranson Cup 2nd Leg

This match was the second leg of the Ranson trophy and was fished on the Hurston Match Pond. … Read More


Presidents Cup 3rd Leg

This match was the third leg of the Presidents trophy and was a silverfish/carp match and was held … Read More


Review of AGM 2017

The Chairman welcomed 26 members of the club to the 2016 AGM held at The White Swan Arundel. … Read More

River Rother We have at last had a good drop of rain which should wash the Rother through, … Read More


Ranson Cup 1st Leg

I did not fish this match as I had gone to watch Brighton play Southampton so would like … Read More


M Sampson Cup

This match was held in conjunction with the Sportsmans Club so the whole of Sumners Ribbon Lake was … Read More