Hamsey Parking

Parking at Hamsey is in the first field from the black pipes upstream only, no parking in any other field.

29 Jun, 2020

Oldmans Closed

Oldmans Lake is closed for one day on Wednesday 24th June. The yard just inside the gate is being resurfaced.

22 Jun, 2020

Match Fishing

We are pleased to announce the recommencement of match fishing. Strict COVID-19 match procedures are in place which must be observed. Regularly check our website for updated information on procedures, match dates and changes of venue.

08 Jun, 2020

Night Fishing Update

Night Fishing is permitted on all waters except Wildings and Oldmans. Wildings fishing from 6am to I hour after sunset. Oldmans fishing from 8am to dusk. All Members wishing to fish overnight must register with the Company Bailiff.

13 May, 2020

No fishing at Pickwells

Members are advised that Pickwells lake is no longer available to Hassocks Angling members.

12 May, 2020

Rules reminder

If a rod is left unattended, the hook must be withdrawn from the water, the bait should be removed and the hook made safe.

31 Jul, 2019

Masons parking

Reminder to all members, please park in the fisherman’s car park and not alongside the farm tracks at Masons, Thank you.

24 May, 2019

Illegal fish

The EA have asked that if any of our members are approached by people offering Carp on the cheap. If possible, could they take a note of the car or van registration number and report it back to the EA so they can follow up.

29 Mar, 2019

Fish Traps

Unlicensed fish traps have been found on the river Ouse and Adur recently. Keep an eye out for traps, lines and floats, report to the EA on their hotline 0800 80 70 60. Please do not touch any traps found, the EA need to seize and document them as evidence.

01 Nov, 2018

Oldmans Parking

If there are cows in field at Oldmans, please park lake side of fence, thank you.

18 Aug, 2018

River Ouse at Hamsey

The gate to the cows field was locked last year after crops were damaged by the cows when the gate was left open. To prevent the cows escaping as members come and go from the river, the owner has made a corral with two gates. Use one gate at a time as you pass through the corral, never have both gates open at the same time.

Members may park sensibly in the corral without blocking either gate, or park by the river as before. Be aware the cows often take an interest in cars parked in their field by licking and rubbing against them. Cars are parked at owners own risk.

15 Jun, 2018