Treblers Road, Crowborough, TN6 3, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Crowborough and District Anglers Association have had the right to fish Scaland Wood since 1978. Back then, this lake was little more than a muddy puddle with some nice fish in it. Over the years, the angling club has really improved the lake and made comfortable swims and de-silted the lake too. Now, it is one of their most popular waters with a good stock of fish.
What size do the fish go to?
The fish in Scaland Wood are not the largest by any means. The largest carp caught to date was a little under 13lbs. This was a mirror; there is also a common to nearly 11lbs. There is also Crucian and ghost carp in the lake too. However, many anglers fish this water for the 4lb perch and some lovely sized roach and rudd as well. There are also tench and bream in the lake, but no one is too sure how big they go.
What tactics work well?
This lake is really exciting as there are plenty of fishing tactics to try. One of the best tactics on this lake could be the method feeder, though. A rich groundbait and pellet mix can be used on the feeder, and then some corn on the hook. You can also try lure fishing for one of the larger perch too.
What facilities are on site?
There is a compost toilet on site. And day tickets are available for non-club members.
Is parking available?
Parking is available.
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