Woodpeckers Fishery is part of Ley House Farm which is in Worth, near Crawley. The venue dates back to 1992 when the first lake was created. Since then, another 3 have been added:
Woodpeckers Lake – the 30 pegs on here are often in high demand from pleasure anglers who want to bag up on the carp and silverfish.
Ospreys Lake – the latest water to be added to the fishery adds another 40 pegs. The lake is stocked with a range of species including perch that go to 5lbs.
Newts Predator Pond – if you like fish with teeth, this is the lake for you. There are good stocks of pike and perch, plus carp that go to 18lbs.
Penny’s Pond – the smallest lake on the fishery which is very well suited to beginners. It should be a bite a chuck, the lake is stocked with a high number of silver and ornamental fish.
Main Species at Woodpeckers Fishery
Rules and Restrictions
- Barbless hooks only
- No keepnets or carp sacks
- No live or dead baits
- No dogs
- No litter
- No unaccompanied juniors under 16
- Fish from marked pegs only
- No fish to be removed from the fishery
Day Tickets, Membership and Prices
The fishing at Woodpeckers Fishery is charged at the following rates:
Adults, up to 2 rods: £8
Concessions and juntios, up to 2 rods: £6
After 1pm the price reduces to £6 for all anglers. In the winter between December to February the day ticket price for everyone is £6.
Find out more information
Address: Old Hollow, Worth, Near Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 4TA.
Sat Nav Postcode: RH10 4TA