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Moor Hall Pools

Moor Hall Pools are two scenic lakes set on a tranquil rural countryside farm in the quiet village of Ninfield. The pools have some great views that overlook surrounding countryside but are slightly spoilt by power pylons. The top pool (above photo) is about an acre in size and the bottom is a slightly larger two acre lake. The pools between them hold tench to 5lb, roach and rudd to 1lb 8oz, perch to 3lb and some beautiful mirror and common carp to 15lb. Anglers often comment on the superb condition of the fish within the pools that have all been health checked. Moor Hall Pools offers day ticket fishing for the majority of the year except when observing its close season from 1st May to 15th June.


fish species

Mirror Carp Common Carp Tench Rudd Perch
Mirror Carp:
24lb
Common Carp:
24lb
Tench: 5lb Roach: 1lb 8oz Rudd : 1lb 8oz
perch        
Perch : 3lb        

fishing lakes (2 )

Top Lake - A winding lake surrounded by reeds.
Bottom Lake - An oval shaped open lake.


Top Lake

The top pool otherwise known as Moor Hall Pond is a small meandering shaped pond that is about 1 acre in size. The waters banks support quantities of reeds with about 15 flat, grass banked swims peering onto the pond. The pool has depths of upto 8-10 feet. Successful baits local anglers use include maggots and casters for the match fish and boilies for the larger carp.

Moorhall Lake

Mirror Carp Common Carp Tench Rudd Perch
Mirror Carp:
15lb
Common Carp:
24lb
Tench: 5lb Roach: 1lb Rudd : 1lb
perch        
Perch : 3lb        

Features: Reeds
Lake Size: 1 acre
Lake Depth: 8-10ft
Swims: 15


Bottom Lake

The bottom pool otherwise known as Moor Hall Lake is a circular shaped lake that is about 2 acres in size. The water is generally featureless apart from the odd scattering of reed patches. The lake has depths of upto 10-12 feet in the centre of the pool. There are approximately 20-25 flat grass banked swims that would be suitable for disabled anglers. Successful baits include maggots and casters for the match fish and boilies for the carp.

Moorhall Lake

Mirror Carp Common Carp Tench Rudd Perch
Mirror Carp:
24lb
Common Carp:
24lb
Tench: 5lb Roach: 1lb 8oz Rudd : 1lb 8oz
perch        
Perch : 3lb        

Features: Drainage Inlet, Lilly pads, Reeds, Small dam wall
Lake Size: 2 acres
Lake Depth: 10-12ft
Swims: 20-25

The bottom reservoir contains slightly more fish than the top reservoir. Pretty much any fishing technique you like to use will catch well on the bottom Clive Vale Reservoir. Favoured techniques include ledgering luncheon meat for a mixed bag of carp, bream and tench or float fishing maggots, sweetcorn, luncheon meat in the margins for carp, roach, rudd, gudgeon, eels and perch.


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ticket prices


Day Ticket: £7(up to 2 rods)
Season Ticket: £40
Season Ticket Concessions: £30

All under 16's to be accompanied by an adult.

* Tickets purchased on the bank
* Moor Hall Pools has a closed season: Re-opening date 16th June
* Anglers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult

contact details

Contact: George Allen, Chas Rolland
Address: Moor Hall Drive, Ninfield, East Sussex
Telephone: Chaz: 01424 223354

Club: Rowallen Fisheries
Email: chas@rowallenfish.com
Website: www.rowallenfish.com

directions

Moor Hall Pools are located in Ninfield at the bottom of Moor Hall Drive. Take the A269 into Ninfield. Moor Hall Drive is located in between Combe Lane and Manchester Road opposite a wooden bus shelter. Travel down the lane and take the right hand fork at the signpost for Moorhall lake. Here you will pass through a farmyard, keep on going carefully and as you turn the corner you will see the lakes.Drive past the caravan park and there you will find the car park for Moor Hall Pools.


user reviews


"Lovely, peaceful lakes"

"Fished here numerous times. Lovely, peaceful lakes - never very busy, 1 or 2 other anglers. Lakes have matured a lot in comparison to the pics above, with bulrushes running around the whole lake and a few young willows. Swims are in good nick, close to water level. Top lake is an awesome runs lake, I have fished it twice and caught in excess of 20 carp each time, all around 5-10lb mark. Bottom lake is a little more hard going but is by no means unfishable; I've only blanked once out of the ten or so times I've been. The fish avg. at 10-15lb, biggest I've had out was 22lb (and a few 20s). Bailiff is very friendly and will always give you advice on best baits at the time and best places to fish if you ask. Finally, for £7 its one of my favourite, yet cheapest, places to fish.".

Review from Dan

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