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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)

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Straits Mill. Braintree     Key: T B K
Main Lake Main Lake  
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Straits Mill

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We have developed this site over the past 40 years, especially after buying  the freehold in the 1980’s. Since then we have excavated a swamp area into another lake, and suffered the occasional flooding into the lakes of the adjacent River Blackwater. As well as a good head of carp, the main lake is known for its large tench, to which we have added a further restocking of smaller fish recently.  Roach, bream, rudd and perch are present, and we have also stocked stillwater chub. This is one of the Club’s main pike waters.
Carp 28lbs, tench 10lbs, pike 24lbs, perch 3lbs, bream 6lbs.
Lake perimeters  flat and firm, short incline down from car park.

R Blackwater

This stretch skirts our freehold lakes, and contains dace, chub and roach, with a few bream, perch, pike and carp.
Chub 3lbs, roach 1.5lbs.
Some distance from our car park, on the other side of the lakes. The banks are reasonable in winter, when the fishing is best.

Ladies’ and gentlemen’s flush toilets are situated in the main car park.



  1. All No one allowed on the venue water before 6 AM the fishery and car park must be vacated by 10 PM
  2. Cars to be parked in designated car park
  3. No unauthorised fishing in stock pond
  4. Do not damage trees around the lake or along the river
  5. Maximum of two rods in use per member
  6. Gate must be kept locked at all times



Club Freehold Property

River Blackwater, Braintree

This stretch skirts our lakes at Bocking, and contains good roach, chub and dace, plus a few bream and carp.

Lake perimeters flat and firm, short incline to car park.

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