Horley Piscatorial Waters - Map
Horley Piscatorial Waters - Details
Riverside Lake: Riverside Park, has an average depth of 2-3 feet. The species resident in the lake are carp (crucian, common, mirror), roach, perch, rudd, bream, tench, chub and dace. Fishing light and with bread punch scores for the roach.
Earlswood (Lower) Lake: is situated on common land and is easily accessible to the general public. Fishing is only allowed on the lower lake. The lake has an average depth of 2-3 feet and the resident species are roach, perch, tench, rudd, bream and carp. A recent netting (2016) revealed a large shoal of large +4lb bream and some specimen sized tench.
Gatwick Stream: runs downstream for about ¾ mile from the small weir above Gatwick Lake to the river ‘join’ above Longbridge. Although this is a very narrow and shallow stretch it holds a remarkably high concentration of fish, primarily roach, dace, chub, gudgeon and perch. However; in recent years some barbel have been making the occasional appearance.
River Mole (Longbridge/Court Lodge): this stretch can be divided into two areas, between Longbridge and the Six Bells, and behind Court Lodge swimming pool/playing fields. The resident species are roach, chub, perch, rudd, dace, pike and barbel with the occasional carp and bream, with some truly remarkable specimens.
River Mole (Kinnersley Manor): fishing here is allowed both upstream and downstream of Kinnersley bridge. The resident species are roach, chub, perch, rudd, dace, pike, carp and gudgeon with the occasional tench and bream. It holds good chub with double figure carp and pike.