Welcome to one of the oldest angling clubs in the South East, dating back to the 1860’s, when it was known as the Odd Fellows, and from the 1890’s by its present name of Horley Piscatorial Society.
Once being fortunate in having some of the finest fishing water in the area it has now in recent years returned to its former capabilities. In the last few years the River Mole has yielded some excellent catches, and there are truly a number of specimens of all species that roam the river.
The club has three stretches of the River, with 4 miles in total. In addition to this the two lakes; Gatwick Lake and Earlswood lake have an excellent stamp of fish for the pleasure angler.