General Rules
Ø  Fishing hours: 7am until half an hour before sunset. No entry outside these times

Ø  All vehicles must keep to hard standing always. No driving on the grass

Ø  BBQ’s are not permitted on our fisheries

Ø  All litter MUST be taken off site and disposed of

Ø  Vehicles are left at the owner’s risk

Ø  Ground may be slippery and uneven, all visitors enter at their own risk

Ø  No Day tickets at Stammerham Farm – Dorking Angling members ONLY

Ø  If the lakes are frozen, you must NOT break the ice

Ø  Drugs are not tolerated. If found to be using, you will be told to leave
  • Barbless Hooks Only

  • Maximum Hook Size 8

  • No Micro Barbs 

  • Do not leave rods unattended at any time

  • Boilies – are on trial! Up to 15mm in size with a maximum usage of 1kg per session

  • No Braided Main Line. Braided hook lengths fine

  • PHOTOS – no standing up. You must kneel down and think of the welfare of the fish

  • Under 16’s MUST have adult supervision

  • One Rod Only on Centre, Paddock, Guinea and Snake Lake

  • Two Rods Allowed on Copse Meadow, Bean and Lodge Lake

  • Two Rods Allowed on Centre Lake between 1st October and 16th March

  • All fish caught on Centre MUST be returned by landing net as pike and catfish bite!

  • You MUST have a 36” Minimum Landing Net

  • You MUST have an unhooking mat

  • NO Keep Nets

  • NO Sacking of any fish

Cat Fishing
  • You MUST have a 42” unhooking mat and a 42” minimum landing net

  • Silicone rig tubing must be used – 36” minimum

  • Maximum hook size 8

  • You MUST have a pair of gloves

Pike Fishing
  • 1st October to 16th March ONLY

  • Dead Baits ONLY

  • Single Hooks ONLY

  • NO Semi Barbs

  • Maximum Hook Size 4

  • Two feet minimum wire trace length

  • The minimum length of forceps to be used is 12 inches

  • You MUST have a pair of gloves

  • You MUST have a drop back indicator when fishing for pike

  • You can fly fish for pike, but you must have a two-foot wire trace

Match Fishing
  • We allow one match a month per lake for the welfare of the fish

  • Half or whole lake bookings only

  • Barbless Hooks Only – hook check to be carried out by the organiser

  • No method feeder

  • No floating baits

  • Fish over 5lb to be weighed and returned

  • 6 hours and over must have a half way weigh in

  • No more than 35lb in each net

Anybody found using a barbed hook will be banned, with immediate effect, from all of our lakes.