Fishing on the main river above the main mill pool from the sluice gate as far as the fence just past the footbridge on the southern bank of Andrew’s Cut, then the remainder of the south bank of the Cut to Andrew’s weir and from the weir downstream on Andrew’s Stream as far as Pike’s bridge.
North of Barcombe Mills
Upstream of the river's tidal limit
The Society has a car park at Barcombe Mills shown on the information pack supplied with your permit and accessible through a combination padlocked gate – combination shown on your permit.
A current car parking sticker must be displayed on parked vehicles at all times.
Parking is also available in the public car park near Pike’s Bridge.
Please note: Access to the sluice gates just above the main mill pool is required by the Environment Agency at all times. Anglers should not park in this area.
Downstream from the Anchor Inn…
Approximately a quarter of a mile of single bank fishing on the east bank of the first field downstream from the Anchor farm bridge to its boundary almost opposite the Old Oil Mills.
This area is also available for Coarse fishing on a Day Ticket available from the usual outlets.
Please note: Whilst it is tempting to use the sluice gates to cross the river here, the Environment Agency has requested that anglers keep off this potentially dangerous structure. To access the east bank please use ONLY the Anchor farm bridge to cross the river.
Permit and Day ticket anglers wishing to fish the river in the vicinity of the Anchor Inn are probably aware that, over recent months, there have been “difficulties” in accessing the ONLY designated anglers’ parking for this part of the river, in the field on the left hand side of the road just before the Anchor Inn…
This parking is currently unavailable.
Unfortunately, this means that the nearest viable ‘official’ parking for permit holders on this part of the river is in the Society’s car park at Barcombe Mills.
Day ticket anglers should park in the public car park next to the Andrew's stream.
Access to the Anchor Inn stretch of river via the Ouse Valley Way footpath.
If the Society’s car park is inaccessible during wet weather please use the public car park.