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Menards Carp Fishery

Home Farm

Hammerpond Road

Mannings Heath

Horsham

West Sussex

RH13 6PG

Tel : 01403 243 213


Fish Species - *Specimen Carp Water*


Carp & Pike


Website : Menards Carp Fishery




MEMBERSHIP FOR NEW CARPERS TO MENARDS


If you would like to fish Menards Carp Fishery you are welcome to visit and have a look around and ask any questions you may have.(Please ring on 01403 243213 to let us know when you would like to visit) If happy and wish to join, complete one of our MEMBERSHIP FORMS. You will need to provide proof of picture I. D. (Drivers license, passport or something similar etc) and a utility bill for proof of address. Your MEMBERSHIP is for 12 months with Exclusive Booking.


There is a charge of £50.00 from when you join for the first 12 months MEMBERSHIP (Renewal £35.00)


Please note when you book a session you must quote your MEMBERSHIP NUMBER you have been given


Charges for Fishing at Menards 3 Rods Maximum


Day Tickets (Monday to Thursday)

£20

Day Tickets (Friday to Sunday)

£25

Day Ticket (Bank Holidays)

£25

24 hours

£35

36 hours (day night and day)

£55

48 hours

£65

72 hours

£85

96 hours

£110

 

Winter Tariffs Carp 1st November to 28th February


Day (7 days a week)

£15

24 Hours

£30

36 Hours

£45 (day night & day)

48 Hours

£55

72 Hours

£75

96 Hours

£95

 

Hire Tariff  (nash mk3 monster cradle)


Day 

£7.50

24/36 Hours

£10

48 Hours

£15

72 Hours

£20

96 Hours

£30

5 Nights

£35

7 Nights

£50

 

Winter Syndicate - 1st Nov to 28th Feb

Members

Non Members

£225

£250

 

  • Guests Welcome (1 off session) if accompanied by a current Member
  • Bank Holidays charged at weekend rates
  • Overnight guest fee for the wives and ladies - £5.00

Pike Fishing


Day Tickets available by Booking Only - £15 (6am to 6pm)


Pike fishing will require a £5 registration fee per season


Tackle is checked before you can fish


Guests Welcome (1 off session) if accompanied by a current Member


24 Hour Notice of cancellation required otherwise session is still payable


42" Minimum Specimen landing net


As we have fish to 57lbs plus UNHOOKING MATS must be The XL Large Hi Care Carp Cot Cradles. NO EXCEPTIONS! (114cm x 60cm x 25cm min Size). Also a large captive weigh sling


Please report all catches to Paul or James


No braided main line, except marker/spod rods


12lb Minimum breaking strain line


No lead core


No Metal maggot ring clips


BOOKINGS CAN ONLY BE TAKEN WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP NUMBER.


Minimum 2lb test curve rods essential


Micro barbed hooks only (not barbed or barbless)In stock at Menards


No sacking of fish at any time


No nuts or pulses of any kind, No Maggots between 1st March and 31st Oct


All rubbish must be taken home as we have no refuse collection thank you


No loud music


Do Not move swims during your session without speaking with Paul first


If anyone is seen standing whilst holding a fish, they will be asked to leave the venue. And Wont be welcomed back.


No shouting across the lakes or bright lights


No children AT ANY TIME


No disposable BBQ's or fires


Rods not to be left unattended


Please pay for your tickets in tackle shop


Boilies, pellets and tackle available in tackle shop


Bait boats welcome, please use within your designated swim area


No dogs and do not feed the fishery dog


No Tents only Bivies


All spectators must vacate the fishery by 6pm


Lady guests overnight tariff £5


Indian Kebab and chinese all delivered to the car park. Please give mobile number. (All rubbish must be taken home as we have no refuse collection)


Gates Locked 6pm and Re Open 6am. There is a combination lock, please ring Paul on 01403 243213 if locked to gain entry - the combination number is changed each day


When returning fish after capture, please support the fish in the water giving it plenty of time to recover before releasing


When photographing fish, support the fish over a large cradle mat, kneel and never stand up with fish


When moving a fish use a zipped up kaptive weigh sling and NEVER carry the fish unsupported even for short distances


When using the boat please wear life jacket provided


The Management does not Accept Liability for any Loss or Damage


Large weigh slings must be used at the fishery with the minimum length dimension of 114cm


Fish Safety


Please make sure that when you fish at Menards, that your landing net, way sling, unhooking mat and anything else that will be in contact with the fish is THOROUGHLY DRY, so as not to spread diseases. Also make sure you have in your possession antiseptic such as Clinic to treat hook holds and any other damage.


Predator Rules to be read in conjunction with main Fishery Rules


Preditor fishing is only allowed in the Winter months Nov through to the end of Feb


Static fishing ONLY from the 15 swims available


Anyone who has not fished for pike before or who is under the age of 15 will not be allowed to fish unless supervised by an experienced adult


Dead Baits only i.e. sprat/mackerel


Live Bait and freshly killed dead baits must not be brought onto the fishery. Anyone found doing so WILL be prosecuted for illegal fish movements and not welcomed back


You must be in possession of suitable tackle i.e. Carp or Pike rods. Sea tackle is not permitted


You must have the correct unhooking mat and a specimen landing net,as per main fishery rules


You must use a recognised wire trace system


Only 1 or 2 hook rigs are allowed. When using double hook rigs,the hooks should not be more than 3" apart and no larger than size 6


All hooks must be barbless and not larger than size 6


No Spinners or Plugs


This venue operates an immediate strike rule, delay in striking will only guarantee you a deep hooked fish - If a fish is deep hooked,hold the fish in the water in a landing net and seek help.Do not prod about as this will kill the fish


Never weigh or lift a fish by the gills


When moving the fish use a landing net or zipped up unhooking mat and NEVER carry the fish unsupported even for short distances


When photographing fish, support the fish over a large unhooking mat, kneel and never stand up with fish


When returning fish after capture, please support the fish in the water giving it plenty of time to recover before releasing


If any of these rules are broken you will be asked to leave without a refund. Further action may be taken



  • On site tackle shop selling bait and terminal tackle

  • Shower and toilet block