Oakhanger Angling Club was formed in the 1960s and was originally based in Oakhanger, over the years it has grown to its present size and can now boast four first class ponds/lakes catering for all types of angling, for all types of members. Kingsley Pond is a mixed fishery for all ability including juniors. Bakers Pond (Mill Lane) likewise, and has a good head of fish. Shortheath Common is more of a specimen lake with some very good examples of various species and Rookery Reservoir is mainly a carp water, but does hold a large population of roach and perch, and good pike fishing in the winter months. Please check the venue rules before fishing commences. Also on the ticket is a stretch of the River Wey at Mill Lane where a good bag of Dace/Roach/Chub and Trout can be caught.
Regular work parties are held on our waters to keep the waters up to the condition you all enjoy. Please support these when you can, members are notified via the website, and emails. If you do not have these facilities, please let us know that you may be interested in helping and we will put you on our reminder list.
Enjoy your fishing, enjoy the countryside, respect the waters and other members and especially the fish.