Three Ponds Holiday Park

South Heighton, Newhaven BN9 0TP

Fishing is excellent at Three Ponds Holiday Park with a range of species and techniques.

Both residents and day-ticket fishermen are welcome at Oak Pond. It covers around 1 1/2 acres and, in some places, reaches depths of 9 feet. The three lily pads, the reed bank, or the overhanging cover are just a few of the characteristics that may be fished to at each of the 16 pegs. A variety of natural foods are produced by the pond since it is maintained to encourage a highly natural environment. As a consequence, the fish are specimen-sized, flawless, and ready to battle when hooked. The following species may be found at Three Ponds Holiday Park: crucian carp, pike, perch, roach, common carp, and tench.

Kingfisher Pond is a charming body of water that is accessible to both locals and visitors with day passes. It is roughly half an acre in size and has a depth of 6 feet. Tench and crucian carp have been added to the 2008 restoration project, which included 6 new pegs.

Holiday houses near Heron Pond (residents only) have private fishing areas in their gardens. There are two places that are accessible to other inhabitants, totaling 6 pegs. The head of carp in Heron Pond is much bigger than that in Oak Pond, which further diversifies the needed fishing techniques.

Carp to 28lb
Tench to 11lb
Perch to 4lb

Address: South Heighton, Newhaven BN9 0TP

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