FURNACE BROOK FISHERY

Coarse Fishing in East Sussex

Good fishing, peace & tranquillity

Furnace Brook Fishery

Trolliloes, Cowbeech
Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 4QR
Phone: 01435 830 835
Bailiff: 07826 187 348

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.

Specimen Fish 

Carp, Bream, Tench, Perch, Roach, Crucians & a few surprises!

Fantastic Silver Match Venue, group discounts avalible.

 

Facilities

  • 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

 

Previously featured in:

Furnace Brook Blog

Fishery Report

We seem to have been blessed so far this season at Furnace Brook, every month so far, we have been able to say that the fishery has been producing lovely bags of fish!

June Furnace Brook Fishery Report

All in all it has been a very pleasing first 6month of the year on the venue with plenty of plans afoot for the next 6 months including a family week and our Autumn match fishing season, exciting times lay ahead for our guests.

Furnace Brook Fishery May Report

The tactics you decide to use on your visit will obviously have a significant bearing on your success. You may have a favored technique, the method feeder for example. This is a deadly way to approach a session at Furnace Brook during the warmer months as it tends to select the better quality fish whatever the species.

April Report at Furnace Brook Fishery

Furnace Brook Fishery East Sussex If you are an ‘old school’ angler looking for beautiful, peaceful surroundings with some wonderful mixed fishing this really is the venue for you, we are family friendly and look forward to welcoming you soon.

Furnace Brook Fishery March Report

March signs of Spring at Furnace Brook Fishery East Sussex. Fish share enthusiasm for long days and mild conditions. Quality catch towards spring and summer

Coarse Fishing in February

Course fishing in February at Furnace Brook Fishery East Sussex. Spring is in the air so expect to see a few Tench as we move towards spring. Carp sport is on the up!

Fishery Rules

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
  1. No braided mainline or lead core to be used
  2. All fish weighing 1lb or over must be landed correctly with an appropriate net and NOT swung to hand
  3. 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
  4. Barbless and micro barbed hooks only may be used
  5. No artificial baits – please carefully consider your bait and ensure it is of the highest quality
  6. No bait boats
  7. No keep-nets except in matches or lessons
  8. All nets, mats, weigh-slings etc. brought onto the fishery must be dry before usage
Fellow Fishermen & Women
  1. No Dogs allowed on the fishery premises
  2. No playing of radio and/or recorded music, shouting or loud noises
  3. Use of mobile phones to be kept to a minimum
  4. No excessive use of alcohol
  5. No reserved pegs (except for matches)
  6. Any juniors (under 16) to be accompanied at all times by a responsible adult
  7. 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

The Environment
  1. No fires, bar-b-q’s or bright lights
  2. No use of fire arms
  3. 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)
  4. 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
  5. 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)

Contact us

Office

01435 830 835

 

Bailiff

Simon Dole – 07826 187 348

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