Stubpond Fishery in East Sussex offers five lakes for coarse fishing: Chart Lake for beginners with small carp, tench, roach, and rudd; Forge Lake with big carp, sturgeon, and catfish; Mill Lake with various fish; Plantation Lake for matches; and Stubpond Lake for club bookings.

Fishing methods are diverse, and the fishery provides nets.


Stubpond, East Sussex, RH7 6

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Stubpond Fishery in East Sussex has five fishing lakes for coarse fishing.

Chart Lake was built in 1995 as a nursery pond. It has small carp, tench, roach, and rudd. There are twenty fishing spots around the lake, which is easy for beginners.

Forge Lake was originally built in 1986 and has carp, tench, bream, and crucians. It was made smaller and deeper in 1996 and stocked with more fish. There are big carp, sturgeon, and catfish in this lake, which has 27 fishing spots.

Mill Lake is a new lake with 54 fishing spots. It has a central island and is stocked with various fish like crucians, bream, tench, and perch.

Plantation Lake is the main match venue with 70 fishing spots. It has a central island and is good for different fishing methods. The lake has carp, chub, perch, and other fish, making it ideal for matches.

Stubpond Lake is almost two acres in size with 34 fishing spots. It has carp, bream, tench, rudd, roach, perch, and chub. This lake is great for club bookings and pleasure fishing.

At Stubpond Lakes, you can’t use fixed feeders, lead, or loop. The fishery provides landing nets and keep nets, so you don’t need to bring your own.