Scaland Wood

Treblers Road, Crowborough, TN6 3, East Sussex, United Kingdom

Since 1978, the club has had access to this water. It wasn't much more than a muddy pit back then. The river transformed into a great small fishery under the direction of the water management officer of the time, Don Plummer, and with assistance from two stalwarts, Henry Russell and Dennis Beeney. People of a particular generation will remember the floating island that lingered until it was finally taken down in the middle of the 1980s. Before the fish were reintroduced, the dam was rebuilt in 1992 and the water was de-silted.

Since then, the water has only become better, and the club took advantage of the opportunity to buy the water in 2009. Behind the dam, a wind break was built in 2010, and from 2012 to 2013, the roadside bank treeline was trimmed off.

A short time afterwards, the parking lot was restored, a hard walk leading to the lake was created, and a composting toilet was built. With clearly marked elevated pegs, upgraded pathways, and an addition to the parking lot, this lake has now undergone further upgrades in 2017. Everyone in the community should be proud of this water.

For this lake, there are day passes available.

Day ticket
Carp to 12lbs
Tench to 2lbs
Perch to 1lb

Address: Treblers Road, Crowborough, TN6 3, East Sussex, United Kingdom

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