The Dengie Hundred

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Welcome to the ancient Hundred in Eastern Essex

Fishing in the Dengie Hundred

Fishermen are well catered for in the Dengie Hundred with two Rivers and the North Sea providing sea fishing and mainly disused sandpits offering freshwater sport.

Click on the underlined clubs for more information.

Freshwater Fishing

Asheldham WatersAsheldham Fishery

Asheldham Fishery, Hall Road, Asheldham

An old pit stocked with Roach, Rudd, Perch and Chub. The pits are noted for exceptionally large Eels.

Parking is on the track outside the pit.

The pits are managed by Billericay Angling Club

Creeksea Barns, Ferry Road, Creeksea, Burnham on Crouch

Small pond

For residents at the barns and Day tickets available

Contact Creeksea Barns

 New Hall, Chelmsford Road, Purleigh

Reservoir stocked with Bream, Roach, Rudd and Tench

For members only

The waters are managed by Maldon Angling Society

Oak Lakes Fisheries, Burnham Road, Southminster

The biggest commercially run fishing in the area.

There are several lakes -Pipe Lake has several species of Carp ,Predator Lake has pike and huge Catfish. Match Lake has Carp, Bream, Tench, Roach and Rudd while Oak lake has Carp ,Tench, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Bream, Gudgeon .

The waters are managed by Oak Lake Fisheries

Southminster Pits, GoldSands Road, Southminster

A block of eight pits stocked with Roach, Perch, Tench, and Carp.

There is a car park with a toilet block.

For members only

The pits are managed by Billericay Angling Club

Steeple Bay Holiday Park, Canney Road, Steeple

Small reservoir water stocked with Carp

For people staying at the holiday village

Contact Steeple Bay Holiday Park

Chelmsford and Blackwater Canal

The whole of the canal from Chelmsford to Heybridge is open for fishing in cluding the Section at Woodham Walter

Bream, Tench, Chub, Perch, Pike, Roach and Carp are found in the canal often in large shoals.

Day tickets are available

The waters are managed by Maldon Angling Society