Run by Billericay and District Angling Club.
This mile-long stretch is a recent acquisition to the Club, and contains all of the features of a small river, with alternating pools and shallows, and a weir pool at its upstream limit. The predominant species is chub, which have been caught over 4lbs, and with roach and dace provide the usual sport. There are also bream, tench, carp, pike and barbel reported to be present in this stretch. During the winter of 2009/10 the E.A. started to undertake flood relief work on our stretch, which may assist with accessibility on some swims, whilst causing others some time to settle after the disruption. .
Gate key required. No night fishing. No dogs