The Rookery Angling Club was born in 1954 and gets its name from the first water it leased called “Rookery Lake”. Despite the passage of time the traditions of the club still survive…
- We believe in maintaining our waters to a high standard, while
ensuring they still retain their natural beauty and actively manage
and care for our fish stocks.
- We seek to promote and encourage all abilities to join and enjoy
our sport from the youngest to the eldest.
When you join the Rookery Angling Club you will become part of a long-established, successful club with waters in Kent, Surrey and East Sussex, all of which are within easy reach of south and south east London. Alternatively, you may have joined because one of our waters is close to your home.
We think we can offer you excellent value for money whatever category you fall into; whether you are a pleasure angler, or you are a bit of a specimen hunter with a yen to catch a specimen chub, perch or tench.
Two of our lake venues (Ladycross and Browns) are ideal spots for young anglers to get off to an excellent start and learn the art of coarse fishing in a safe environment, Stock levels at Ladycross in particular mean that even beginners are unlikely to go without a bite for very long, whatever the conditions or time of year.
As an added bonus we have an arrangement with Gabriels fishery, a commercial fishery consisting of a complex of four lakes near Edenbridge, Kent, whereby members can fish free during the closed season on a limited, first-come-first served basis.
We also cater for those who are interested in a bit of competitive fishing. We run a series of small, informal matches, and invite members to fish just for the fun of it, every season.
So, if you fancy joining us, why not click on the 'How to join the Club' tab at the top of this page?
Be seeing you.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 February 2013 17:24)