Hastings and Bexhill
District Freshwater Angling Association
River Rother Update from October 2021 at Newenden
Established in 1895, the association provides its members and day ticket anglers with various lakes and rivers to fish throughout Hastings, Bexhill and the surrounding area.
We currently have seven lakes that provide a mixture of species at specimen weights to suit all anglers’ preferences. As well as the lakes run by the association we also offer members the ability to fish various stretches of river in the surrounding area.
The association provides waters to suit all ages, abilities and interests so there’s something for everyone.
As an association that is run purely for the anglers benefit the fishing is provided at fantastic value for its members with adult memberships cost just over £1 per week!!
As an association we are always looking to improve our waters and provide exactly what the anglers want (within reason), that said we are a small organisation that is run as efficiently as possible and charge a price that offers great value for money, we aren’t a commercial organisation that are able to offer a café, perfectly level swims, on-site tackle shops, parking right next to the swim or endless huge carp. However, we think what we do offer far outweighs all of that, fantastic waters that get you away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life without there being another 10 anglers all sat within an underarm chuck of your rods! Some of the waters are tucked away in splendid countryside whilst others are in local parks.
15th September 2019
The next match is on Sunday 22/9/19,at Wishingtree, the following swims will be closed on Sunday until 6pm:
- The far bank by the wood
- All the pegs on the dam
- The first peg on the road side in the corner by the dam.
Just a reminder that Buckshole will be closed on Sunday 29/9/19, all day from 7am until 6pm for a match there, all the swims will be in use. Furthermore, we will also be closing the double swim on the roadside due to the number of anglers taking part, if for any reason it's not wanted we will open it to other anglers, but be warned it's closed unless we say otherwise. Also anglers fishing the match will need two keepnets, one for carp one for silvers .
Latest Club News
11th September 2019
Specimens: Phil Bailey Perch 2lb.3oz from the Military canal, Frankie Alice Brett a junior member, Mirror of 12lb from Normanhurst on a whip,Frankie is only 3years old,so watch out all of you as she is gunning to be Champion Angler soon.Now a note of caution to all members Do Not go fishing in a water with wet nets from a outing,Wet nets carry and spread disease and pollution, its simple really if you cannot dry your nets between outings get a spare set.
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