Situated in the picturesque Surrey countryside, Johnson’s pit is an outstanding mixed fishery that is famed for its excellent Carp. As well as hosting an impressive stock of Carp, the waters are home to a wide variety of other specimen fish, such as Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd and Perch.
There are a total of 40 swims, open to members only. The railway bank is exceptionally flat, making it ideal for the elderly and disabled angler. Management have also installed safety bars on the front of several swims. The site operates a closed season from April 15th to June 15th inclusive.
What size do the fish go to?
Crucian Carp often weigh in at over 5lbs, Tench commonly go into the double figures, Roach and Rudd tend to be in the 3lb region, with Mirror and Common Carp frequently exceeding 30lbs.
What tactics work well?
Using the feeder with sweetcorn or worms often yields good results for Common and Mirror Carp. In the warmer months, pellets and boilies have proven to be beneficial.
What facilities are on site?
The Marsh Farm Complex offers a tackle and bait shop that provides snacks, hot and cold beverages, plus a wide range of tackle, equipment and bait. Portaloos have been placed around the circumference of the site. There is also a clean and accessible toilet block situated in the main Marsh Farm car park.
Is parking available?
Safe and secure parking spaces are available on location.