ALL OF THE RIVER MOLE IS CLOSED EACH YEAR BETWEEN 15th MARCH AND THE 15th JUNE INCLUSIVE, BY LAW.

RIVER MOLE 

This is our main stretch of the river and runs from Mickleham, (near the Running Horses pub) to Young Street.  It has excellent free parking facilities at Young Street car park giving easy access to the river. The stretch is just over two miles long and is fairly shallow with a very large head of chub. It also contains good numbers of roach, some dace, perch, bream and a good number of pike.  Recent catches included a whopping 5lb perch a specimen 6lb chub and a huge 13lb barbel with pleasure bags approaching 50 lbs being taken on occasion.   It fishes very well from September onwards and is at its best when there is colour and pace on the water, particularly when it is fining down after a flood. It really can be a superb winter fishery when many of the other rivers and still waters in the area have slowed down.



RIVER MOLE - FETCHAM SPLASH

Although this stretch has not been fished extensively over the past years, it holds a reputation for producing some excellent fishing.  The river is deeper in places and is different from the other stretch at Norbury Park.  The fish are generally larger on this section which contains Chub, Roach, Dace, Pike, Perch, Gudgeon and the occasional Barbel. A specimen Brown Trout of 7lb has also been caught on this stretch of the Mole.

During 2018 we will be adding a Work Party day to help clear some of the overgrown foliage. If you can help please see the Work Party schedule page.