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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:-


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Lower lake     
Upper Lake    

These three lakes have proved to be extremely popular, especially with our membership from West Essex and East London. They are heavily stocked, and have held the Club match records for ladies and juniors with individual weights around 100lbs. Two adjoining lakes in the village hold carp, roach, bream, rudd and crucians, with most fish being caught very close in.

Carp 24lbs, roach 2lbs.

A half-mile away is a larger lake almost exclusively containing fast-growing carp to nearly 30lbs.
Parking at both locations is close to the nearest swims.

Flushtoilet facilities are available here.

IMPORTANT NOTE: These fisheries are on a private estate where the grounds are maintained and managed by the owner to a high standard of excellence. Misconduct by Club members could jeopardise the Club lease on these fisheries. Rectory Ponds are of a size which could well accommodate more than the number of pegs specified. This number has been stipulated by the owner. Also at this venue NO UNOFFICIAL matches are to be held.


GENERAL ADVICE: This fishery holds a very good head of fish, carp, roach, skimmers, rudd and some tench, with a few other species.


Parking at both locations is within a short walk of nearest swims.




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