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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
T
Toilets on site B Barbless & microbarb hooks only K Keepnets allowed N Night fishing allowed (No extra charge)

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Southminster Fisheries     Key: T B N

This was the Club’s first purchase in the 1970’s and much time and effort has been spent on its improvement since. To maintain water levels, we have built a lagoon to hold clean water legally abstracted from a nearby stream and fill up each pit in the spring. Careful management of the fish stocks has enabled us to place most of the heavier carp in the three largest of the eight pits on this site, with all holding roach, rudd, tench and perch, and some bream.
The parking area with a toilet block for ladies and gentlemen is centrally placed on this water. Night fishing is popular here, as shops and takeaways are within a few minutes’ drive.
Carp 31lbs, bream 11lbs, tench 8lbs.
Parking very close to two pits with short walks to others.

GENERAL NOTES: These pits are Club freehold property. Specimen roach, perch, tench, and carp are to be found in pits 1, 6, and 8. Pits 2, 4 and 5 hold crucian carp and tench. Pits 3 and 9 hold good quality roach, rud and carp. Ladies and Gents flush toilets are provided. Drinking water is available.
Only authorised disabled anglers may use the designated gate to unload gear at the waterside and return vehicle to car park. Authorisation can by obtained by writing to the PO Box explaining the circumstances.
For more information please refer to the handbook.

FISHERY RULES

  1. All vehicles mut be parked in the designated car park
  2. Fish must not be moved from one pit to another
  3. No unauthorised fishing in stock pond or holding reservoir
  4. Night fishing is allowed
  5. Maximum of two rods in use per member

Parking very close to two pits with short walks to others. Very disabled members may be driven to some swims, by prior permission.

If you can't catch them, join them (Pit 4)
Pit 6

 


Night Fishing Allowed.

 
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