River Ouse

Station Road, Uckfield, TN22 5, East Sussex, United Kingdom

The River Ouse – Newick to Barcombe is owned by Copthorne & District Angling Society, a traditional, non-commercial club founded over 80 years ago. There is an agreement in place with the Ouse Angling Preservation Society on water sharing. This provides CDAS members with access to a total of 8 miles of it. Between Newick and Barcombe, the river undergoes a transformation in character.

It is normally pretty rapid at Newick and is excellent for chub, roach, and perch (and eels). At the Anchor Inn, the river slows to a trickle and carp and bream become more prevalent. It is tidal below Barcombe Mill, with an excellent run of sea trout.

The top section is quite unlikely to be fished, and you are unlikely to come across another angler. There is complete access to three weirs and some access to Barcombe weir. Additionally, another sluice is being fished on St Andrews stream. Additionally, there are a few barbel to be caught, although there do not appear to be many.

Address: Station Road, Uckfield, TN22 5, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.copthorneangling.co.uk

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