Fordecombe - River Medway

East Grinstead, West Sussex.

We have a stretch of the upper River Medway at Saint's Hill. The main species are Chubb, of which a considerable number have been caught over 5 pounds in weight and Roach, which grow to a good size. There are also Carp, Perch and Bream, as well as large Pike. There are also a few Barbel in our stretch, it being no more than a couple of hundred yards downstream of the area where two British record Barbel were caught in the 1990's. There is a variety of swims, making the water suitable for both float and ledger enthusiasts. We keep this stretch of river well-maintained, and access is easy via steps cut at each swim. There is roughly half a mile of bank. Night fishing is permitted.

Fish Details
Chubb, Barbel, Pike, Perch, Roach, Grayling

Natural Baits only, float and ledger tactics work well.

Rookery Angling Club - Members Only

Larry Ridges 07866 246 737, email: rookeryangling@live.co.uk

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Night Fishing
Night Fishing allowed

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