2018 Sea Trout Permits
This year’s Sea Trout permit allocation process will be starting in 4 or 5 weeks time.
As in previous years all current Sea Trout permit holders will be sent an invitation to apply for this year’s permit and will be guaranteed one if they send their application to arrive on or before 31st March 2018.
If you are an existing permit holder and your postal and/or email address has changed since your current permit was issued, please email with your new details.
Once the 31st March 2018 deadline has passed, any unsold Sea Trout permits will be allocated to new applicants according to when they were added to this year’s waiting list. Anyone interested in applying for a Sea Trout permit should contact the Society (email link to the left of this post) as soon as possible to ensure the best chance of being offered a permit before we run out.
2017-2018 Sea Trout Permit Allocation
A small number of Sea Trout permits are still available for 2017-2018 so if you would like to spend this season targeting some Sussex Sea Trout now is the time to apply for a permit before the allocation is exhausted.
There is, alternatively, a waiting list for 2018 Sea Trout permits. Contact the Permit Secretary to add your name to the list and you will be contacted around the end of January and invited to submit an application for 2018.
Please remember that Annual Sea Trout Permits are ONLY available from the Society’s Permit Secretary. Please email (click on the ‘Contact Us’ link at the bottom left of any page), telephone (07899 245680 – mobile).
Kevin Middleton’s 25lb+ Pike caught 30th December 2016 at Cowlease Farm.
Matt Roberts with a Pike on the fly from the Day Ticket stretch of river on December 27th 2016.
A very good Autumn pike from the tidal river.
Pike (Brown’s) and Grayling (Sheffield Park) caught by Lawrence Horwill.
20lb+ early November Pike caught by Phil Holder at Hamsey
Barbel from Sheffield Park
Sea Trout from Hamsey
Chub caught by the Permit Secretary at Sheffield Park