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Old 06-09-2011, 07:37 PM
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Default Moor Hall Lakes (Rowallen Fisheries), Ninfield, East Sussex

Address - Moor Hall Lakes (Rowallen Fisheries), Ninfield, East Sussex, TN33 9JT
Tel: (01424) 223354820078
SatNav TN33 9JT
Ticket Prices - 7 (two rods)
Stock - Mixed coarse, including carp, perch and tench

Currently two lakes. The larger of the two, dug in 2001, is a two and a half acre water with depths up to ten feet. The smaller, formerly two ponds joined together in 1997,is approximately one and a half acres with depths up to 11 feet. The lakes have been allowed to develop naturally with plenty of growth to provide cover for the fish and wildlife. Both lakes have swims cut into the growth at regular intervals to prevent overcrowding. Rowallen operate a closed season from May 1st till June 15th.

Both lakes are stocked mainly with Rowallens own fish, known to be disease free and hard fighting. The new lake has produced mirror carp to 24lb 4oz, common carp to 24lb 10oz, tench to 4lb, perch to 3lb 8oz, roach to 2lb 8oz and rudd to 2lb. The old lake has carp to 17lb 8oz, tench to 5lb, perch to 3lb and roach and rudd to 2lb.

Just turn up and fish. George or Chas will collect your money on the bank.

The easiest way to approach Moorhall is to get on to the A21, A22 or A27 and follow all signs to Hastings. As you approach Hastings signs will start to appear for Bexhill this will take you towards the lakes.

If approaching from the west you will already be on the A269. Once you enter the village of Ninfield look for a large concrete Water Tower on your left hand side. Turn left into Moor Hall Drive, opposite the bus stop by the water tower.

If approaching from the East, just follow the A269 past the King's Head pub, past the Blacksmith's Arms and look for the water tower to your right.
Follow the lane and take the right hand fork at the signpost for Moorhall lake. Here you will pass through a farmyard, keep on going carefully and as you turn the corner you will see the lakes.

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