Cut Mill, Surrey
OS Map Reference: SU 907 407
Postcode: GU10 1JH
Water Type: Dammed Estate Lake
Designation: Carp & Specimen Water
Size: 4 acres
Maximum Depth: 3 feet
Head Bailiff: Mr M Hopkins
Deputy Bailiff: Mr S Ashwell
Local Police: 101
Mirror Carp to 26lb
Common Carp to 22lb
Tench to 7lb
Bream, Roach, Rudd, Crucian & Pike
A private estate lake nestling at the foot of a steep, woodland slope next to Tarn Pond. As fishing is limited to only one bank, Warren is an ideal spot for members who enjoy secluded, hassle free angling in beautiful surroundings.
The lake contains a very respectable head of Carp which, because of the shallow water, are easy to locate and not too difficult to catch. This is not, however, just a Carp water. The obliging population of Tench and Roach make pleasure fishing on the Warren a delight.
Most anglers concentrate on the far bank margin, placing baits as near to the marginal tree canopy as possible and find the Carp very obliging!
The shallow water and deep silt pose interesting problems for the Carp angler and the Chod rig is recommended for the best presentation for bottom baits and, as the Carp show themselves frequently, a Pedigree Chum Mixer presented on the surface can provide excellent sport..
Bream, Tench and Crucians respond well to the standard pole or tip techniques and can provide hectic sport.
Warren Pond fishery session: 6am - 2pm 15th August 2010
8 x Bream up to 4lb (new PB) with others between 1 - 2lb + 15 Roach & Skimmers caught on float fished maggot at 15m out and 1m deep using size 14 hook to 2lb hooklink and 4lb mainline.Christopher Lowe
The first time I fished Warren Pond: 22nd June 2010 - Mark Lister.
Arrived at Peg 1 at 5:45pm; it seemed as I was the only one fishing the pond. A very calm evening, could clearly see the carp cruising through all the swims with no interest in any of the floating food. I decided to go for the Tench and set up 2 rods. A 2BB crystal waggler using a size 18 hook was set up on the float rod with a feeder on the other. The feeder I loaded with bread pieces and sweetcorn, with 2 pieces of corn on the hook. Casting to the left of the swim into the bay area. The float depth was set at 18 inches hook point to float tip, loading the hook with a single grain of sweetcorn, I cast directly in front of the swim about 18 feet from the bank in the middle of the loose feed I put out as soon as I arrived. For the first 1/2 an hour I was catching silver fish on the drop, then came a bite that was the first of 13 Tench, the average weight was 2.5lb with a best Tench of of 4lb at 7.30pm. All the fish fell to the float tackle and sweetcorn, the feeder only registered while the fish where moving through the baited area and brushed my main line - the evening was brilliant, perfectly peaceful and relaxing.
Farnham Angling Society Record
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- The area of the pond that we may fish is restricted to half of one bank, as indicated on the map, with 8 designated swims available.
- The land beyond the last swim is private and access is not permitted.
- We ask members to pay special note to Bye-law 4.h page 9 regarding litter and discarded line.
- Night Fishing
Night ticket operator - Tel 07903 250905.
A ‘ Night Ticket’ System operates on this water from 1st March until 31st October each year. You cannot night fish on this water between these dates unless you have booked your ticket. See pages 12 & 13 in your handbook for full details of how to book your night ticket.
- Any non night fishing member occupying one of these swims must vacate it to a member with a night fishing authorisation code, if so requested, one hour before sunset. Sunset will be defined as the daily published ‘Lighting-Up’ times.
- Non night fishing members must restrict their fishing to the period of 5:00am until 10:30pm and vacate the swim.
Adjacent to Tarn Pond, Puttenham, Surrey
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From the Shepherd and Flock roundabout at the east end of Farnham (A31 bypass), follow the A31 east towards Guildford. After 0.75 miles take the Runfold turning off the dual carriageway and follow the road until the Elstead, Milford, The Sands sign.
Turn right and then take the first left sign posted Elstead (Crooksbury Road). Half a mile further on, take the left fork towards The Sands. Follow this road for three miles. The ponds are on the left hand side, at the junction with the road from Elstead to Puttenham.
The pond is situated above the Tarn Pond. take the left hand turn before you see Tarn Pond, which is also on the left hand side.
There is a small car park available. From the car park you need to walk across the dam between the ponds and access to the fishery is via the padlocked gate at the end of the dam.