• Fishing hours: 7am until half an hour before sunset. No entry outside these times
  • All vehicles must keep to hard standing always. No driving on the grass!
  • BBQ’s are not permitted on our fisheries
  • All litter MUST be taken off site and disposed of
  • Vehicles are left at the owner’s risk
  • Ground may be slippery and uneven, all visitors enter at their own risk
  • No Day tickets at Stammerham Farm – Dorking Angling members ONLY
  • If the lakes are frozen, you must NOT break the ice
  • Drugs are not tolerated. If found to be using, you will be told to leave
  • Please be cautious when near deep water.

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

General Rules

  • Barbless Hooks Only – NO MICRO BARBS
  • Maximum Hook Size 8
  • No plastic or foam baits
  • Do not leave rods unattended at any time
  • Boilies - Up to 15mm in size with a maximum usage of 1kg per session
  • Pellets up to 15mm in size
  • No Braided Main Line. Braided hook lengths fine
  • PHOTOS – no standing up. You must kneel and think of the welfare of the fish
  • Under 16’s MUST have adult supervision
  • One Rod Only on Paddock, Guinea and Snake Lake.
  • Two Rods Allowed on Copse Meadow, Bean and Lodge Lake. Two rods allowed on Center Lake from 1st October to 16th March. Bailiffs discretion on Center throughout the summer.
  • 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
  • Bait boats are only allowed on Specimen Lakes

Pike Fishing

  • 1st October to 16th March ONLY
  • Barbless Hooks Only – NO MICRO BARBS
  • Dead Baits ONLY
  • Single Hooks ONLY
  • Maximum Hook Size 4
  • Lures allowed but single hooks only
  • 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
  • Always fish with a minimum two-foot wire trace
  • You can fly fish for pike, but you must have a two-foot wire trace

Cat Fishing

  • You MUST have a 42” unhooking mat and a 42” minimum landing net
  • Silicone rig tubing must be used – 36” minimum
  • No lures allowed
  • Maximum hook size 8
  • You MUST have a pair of gloves

Match Rules

  • Season form October to March annually
  • 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 halfway weigh in
  • No more than 35lb in each net

Prices

Bean lake, Lodge lake and Copse meadow are all Specimen Lakes and NO matches are allowed on these lakes.

  • Bean Lake - 1 rod - £10.00 per day / 2 rods - £20.00 per day
  • Lodge Lake - 1 rod - £10.00 per day / 2 rods - £20.00 per day
  • Copse Meadow 1 rod - £10.00 per day / 2 rods - £20.00 per day
  • Centre Lake, Paddock Lake, Snake Lake & Guinea Lake: - 1 rod only - £10 per day / £8 per day for concessions (Over 65’s, children under 24 and disabled)

Seasons

There is currently no closed season except for Pike fishing which is 1st October to 16th March

Match season – October to March annually

Day Tickets

Day tickets are now available on a first come first served basis with no booking required and Maximum number of day tickets at one time:

Paddock - 8 day tickets
Centre - 20 day tickets
Copse Meadow - 7 day tickets
Snake - 20 day tickets
Guinea - 15 day tickets
Bean - 10 day tickets
Lodge - 8 day tickets

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