New & Old Dowells River

Rhee Wall, Appledore, TN26 2, Kent, United Kingdom

This stretch of water is a narrow drainage system which has depths of between 3’ and 6’ and is around 20’ wide. During the summer months, heavy weed is present which creates a narrow fishable channel. It is set in fantastic surroundings on the edge of Romney Marsh and is perfect for the mobile angler who likes to stalk their fish.

Specimens available in this stretch of water include bream that average 6lb, tench averaging 6lb, roach that average 1lb, carp that average 10lb with pike up to 20lb. This water is rarely fished and can offer some great sport. Offer plenty of loose feed here, with the best hook baits being worm, bread flake or sweetcorn. Lures work well when targeting the pike.

 

RULES

2 rods can be fished at any one time.

Closed season applies to rivers and dykes, with fishing allowed from June 16th to March 15th inclusive.

Keep to field edges and marked paths, do not trespass onto fields or climb fences.

Night fishing is allowed.

No tents or camper vans, purpose designed fishing umbrellas or bivvies only.

Keep swims tidy and do not obstruct pathways with shelters or umbrellas.

No open fires or BBQs.

Torches to be used sensibly.

All waste and litter to be removed and taken home.

This venue may be closed for a match, times and dates are published annually.

 

Address: Rhee Wall, Appledore, TN26 2, Kent, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.cranbrookanglingclub.co.uk

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