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Billericay & District Angling Club Waters

Here are our waters currently available to members. Fuller details including directions, car parking arrangements, fishery by-laws and times of fishing, appear in the Club Handbook you will receive.
At the end of each location, we describe accessibility and terrain, to assist the less mobile members to decide whether the water would be suitable.
Key to the symbol used for each water
Toilets on site B Barbless & microbarb hooks only K Keepnets allowed N Night fishing allowed (No extra charge)

To View our Venues please use the menus below:-

Windmill Lakes, Mountnessing

Key: T B
Field Lake Field Lake Field Lake
Swan Lake Swan Lake Swan Lake

The New fishery officer for Old Island and Long Lake is Colin Bell contact number 07952790131.

The New fishery officer for Field and Swan Lakes is Ralph Turner contact number 0794625220.

Since the Club took over these four lakes they have become extremely popular. Previously a day ticket complex known as Millennium Lakes, they are stocked very heavily with a wide variety of species. The lakes are in pairs a third of a mile apart, with easy access and parking at each site. At the first location there are two lakes, each of around one acre, stocked with tench, bream, carp, perch, and plenty of roach and rudd. Each swim has a metal platform, with most fish being caught close in. At the other location is a small, wooded lake, containing a large head of carp. Very close by here is a larger lake which contains carp, rudd, roach, tench, and bream. The popularity of these lakes is due to their proximity to the A12 and M25, particularly convenient to members in East London and North Kent. 

Carp 26lbs, tench 9lbs, bream 9lbs.
Short walks from each car park to nearest swim


Swan Lake


Old Island Long Lake Old Island
Long Lake Old Island Long Lake


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