Section 1

10 to 12 feet deep and slow moving throughout, containing bream,  perch and roach. There are also some large pike (biggest landed 33lb) and

carp. During winter chub are caught.

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Section 2

Similar to Section 1, slow moving throughout, containing bream, perch and roach. There are also some large pike and carp. During winter chub are caught as well.

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Section 3

River starts to shallow as you go upstream on this section. All swims have platforms.


Dominant species are roach, skimmers and perch, with some large chub.

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Section 4

Generally 4- 8 ft deep, a good mixed stretch with barbel, chub, bream, roach and perch.

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Section 5

Generally 4 – 6ft deep and quite narrow at the upstream end, another mixed stretch with chub the dominant species.


There is no access to section 5 at Rawlings farm anymore.

You will need to park at the top end of Eastern Avenue on the road. From there you will need to use the public footpath to walk to the river.

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Section 6

Starting to shallow up with some deep glides and runs. Dominated by big chub and barbel, with some significant roach and perch. Not unusual for

the odd bag of skimmers as well.

(Parking at Peckingell car park only through the coded gate)

Section 6 can now only be fish from Peckingell car park side

(left hand bank only as you would look down river) only.

There is No access from the new road Peckingell side.

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Section 7

Mainly shallow with some deep glides and runs. Dominated by big chub and
barbel, with some significant roach and perch.

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Burbrook

Burbrook Lake (14 swims in total)

Burbrook holds a good head of Carp, Roach, Perch, Bream, Chub, Rudd, Tench and some Crucian Carp can be caught.


(Parking at Lake)

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Pockeridge Lakes

Bottom Lake

Pockeridge consists of two lakes (upper and lower). Both lakes hold a good head of Carp, Tench, Roach and Rudd with Perch upto 4lb.

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Top Lake

Pockeridge consists of two lakes (upper and lower). Both lakes hold a good head of Carp, Tench, Roach and Rudd with Perch upto 4lb.

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