ALL ABOUT THE CRANLEIGH ANGLING SOCIETY
Our Society was established in 1927 and has waters in and around Cranleigh, in Surrey.
Cranleigh is between Guildford and Horsham, and is reputed to be the largest village in England.
It is a vibrant village of local shops & businesses.
We have a committee of members, who hold positions for running the club and are all avid anglers who love to help others learn and enjoy there fishing hobby.
We have an annual general meeting every year for all members who wish to come to vote for there candidates and have their say at the meetings, on any concerns they may wish to raise.
Our fishing venues are in Cranleigh and in neighbouring villages, offering varied types of fishing from Carp to varied species including, Tench, Bream , Roach and Crucian Carp.
We have club matches on our waters and day ticketed venues to add a variety to the matches we hold, we also compete with the local Shamley Green Angling through the year.
Is situated at The Drive, Cranleigh, within the village and is mostly surrounded by back gardens of residents of neighbouring properties with a locked gated entrance. Parking is at the end of the drive.
We have two ponds of approximately ½ acre each.
The 1st pond has 15 swims to fish from, with mainly Tench, Crucian Carp, Perch, a good head of Roach and Rudd for the avid Silver Fisherman. A good pond to get catches for all beginners and all year round.
The 2nd pond has approximately 10 swims to fish from with Grass Carp, Common Carp and Mirrors to in excess of 20lb for the Carp anglers. Also has Tench, Crucian Carp, Perch, Roach and Rudd.
Situated just outside Alfold on the Dunsfold Road.
The pond is 1 acre in size and has 22 pegs around the pond of most too platforms.
It has Common, Leather and Ghost Carp upto 25lb. Most Carp caught range from 4lb to 10lb and other fish are Tench, Crucian Carp, Perch, Roach and Rudd.
Matches that have been on the pond have catches of more than 100lb and the Ghost Carp which are a lively catch.
Is our newest water situated in Grafham along the A281 between Alfold and Bramley.
There are two lakes the first is 2½ acres in size and .7 of an acre in size.
The bigger of the two has three small islands to fish too and the deeper parts are 5ft (1.5 m) deep.
It has Carp in excess of 20lb Common and Mirrors, Bream go to an average from 4lb to 6lb with Tench, Roach and Rudd. The smaller of the lakes hold we think a few Carp, Perch, Roach, Rudd.
The lakes are new to us but they have been fished and have had good nets of fish coming out.