FURNACE BROOK FISHERYCoarse Fishing in East Sussex
Good fishing, peace & tranquillity
Furnace Brook Fishery
Coarse Fishing in East Sussex
This stunning 5.5 acre coarse fishery is possibly East Sussex’s best-kept secret.
Offering pristine fish in a tranquil environment, surrounded by abundant wildlife.
Wide variety of species including Bream, Tench, Roach & Crucian Carp.
Carp up to 30lbs
- Day & night tickets available.
- Hot water shower, toilet, tea and coffee facilities, microwave.
- Disabled swims available
- All swims are woodchipped, spacious and evenly distributed.
- Open all year 7am till dusk
- Close on-site parking
Day Tickets £10 – Extra 1-2 rods + £5
- Concessions over 60: £8 +£4
- Juniors up to 16: £8 +£4
Overnight Tickets 24 hours – £25 includes up to 3 rods
- Concessions over 60: £20
- Juniors up to 16: £15
- Accompanying overnight guests £10
Group Bookings only
This newly landscaped and planted area, including 7 swims, is for those wishing to have a longer stay (2-7 days) where the fishing activities can seamlessly combine with simply resting and relaxing in an area of complete seclusion and awesome natural beauty.
Taking bookings from June 2019
For more information & to book please call:
01435 830 835
Furnace Brook Blog
Our desire is that all visiting anglers get the most from their stay and enjoy a day of good fishing, peace and tranquillity. To help us help you we ask for your care and consideration and that you respect some simple rules for the benefit of:
The Lake and the Fish
- No braided mainline or lead core to be used
- All fish weighing 1lb or over must be landed correctly with an appropriate net and NOT swung to hand
- Fixed rigs are to be made safe so as to allow any lost fish to be able to easily rid themselves of any terminal tackle
- Barbless and micro barbed hooks only may be used
- No artificial baits – please carefully consider your bait and ensure it is of the highest quality
- No bait boats
- No keep-nets except in matches or lessons
- All nets, mats, weigh-slings etc. brought onto the fishery must be dry before usage
Fellow Fishermen & Women
- No Dogs allowed on the fishery premises
- No playing of radio and/or recorded music, shouting or loud noises
- Use of mobile phones to be kept to a minimum
- No excessive use of alcohol
- No reserved pegs (except for matches)
- Any juniors (under 16) to be accompanied at all times by a responsible adult
- No visitors after dark – Last entry: 5pm (Nov-Feb: 12 noon)
The proprietors may at any time remove any individuals if they are considered to be responsible for a) Anti-social behaviour and/or b) Disturbing the peaceful enjoyment of other fellow fishermen and women
- No fires, bar-b-q’s or bright lights
- No use of fire arms
- Fishing is only permitted from designated pegs – If pegs are out of use this is because either remedial work is being undertaken or for the protection of wildlife (e.g. birds nesting nearby)
- Keep to paths and peg areas – Please note that we manage all the grounds surrounding the lake to protect and enhance the local flora and fauna
- Responsible Removal of Litter – Please tidy up your peg before leaving and take home with you all your belongings and any items of litter from your stay (this includes line and cigarette ends)